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THE 
1961 



SENIOR CLASS PUBLICATION 



PLYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL 

Plymouth, Massachusetts 



EDITOR 

Charles Maccaferri 



BUSINESS MANAGER 

Dennis Pioppi 



ADVISOR 

Roland Holmes 




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LYMOUTH 



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■ High presents the 1961 

jg PILGRIM, dedicated to 

our school. Through the 
years, the letters PHS 
have come to symbolize 
education, youth, citizen- 
ship and sportsmanship to 
the students and to all the townspeople. Al- 
though PHS stands for Plymouth High 
School, the initials also represent many 
facets of school life, as you will see as you 
turn the pages of your yearbook. 



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H^ '■ standards should be our 
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_JL. ^IL. life. Many of these prin- 
ciples have already been 
molded with the aid of 
understanding parents and 
teachers. Through such 
school activities and organizations as Stu- 
dent Council, National Honor Society, Press 
Club, PILGRIM staff, varsity sports, and 
band, we have been able to see the benefits 
of high school standards; and we are in- 
spired to follow these good examples to be- 
come better citizens. 



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^^^^ life is to most of us a 

k y busy whirl of studies and 

^^■X activities. For the seniors 

school has occupied much 
of our time for twelve 
years, and many of us 
have college ahead. To the 
juniors, high school has been a challenge — 
harder studies than last year, greater re- 
sponsibility in activities, and preparation for 
leadership in the senior year. The sopho- 
mores — newcomers to high school — entered 
eager to gain recognition in the eyes of 
their upper classmen; and they have suc- 
ceeded. 

In this yearbook we have tried to capture 
the highlights of school life and present 
PHS to you. 



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ABOUT OUR BOOK... 




Faculty Page 9 




What is school? A building? A place of learning? 
Sports? It is all of these — and more. Without occu- 
pants, it is a mere shell that cannot perpetuate the 
amassed knowledge of mankind. A school is made up 
of associated parts, comparable to those of a tree. 

The faculty is the life-giving sustenance which 
courses through every main artery, every tiny vein, 
to bring knowledge and understanding to the students. 
They are the source and reservoir of learning. The 
seniors and undergraduates are the perfect fruit, the 
long-awaited product of many years of grooming and 
nourishing. Sports and activities round out and aug- 
ment the students' lives, just as leaves fill in and 
beautify the skeleton of a tree. 

Moreover, school is spirit ; school is cherished memo- 
ries ; and school is the center of each pupils' life. 



Seniors Page 21 




Pilgrim Staff Page 87 



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Underclass 65 








Activities Page 75 



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Sports Page 97 










DEDICATED TO... 



Mrs. Marion Whiting 



To Mrs. Marion Whiting, our school sec- 
retary, we dedicate our Pilgrim in grateful 
acknowledgement of her service to us and 
to all the students who have preceded us. 

For ten years this petite, bustling, effi- 
cient dynamo has tirelessly carried out her 
routine duties — typing, recording, telephon- 
ing, checking up on all of us. She is busy all 
the time — yet always takes time to listen 
and to counsel, to reprove or to praise, to 



intercede in our behalf when we need help 
most. Quietly and firmly she rules her 
office ; kindly and maternally she exhibits 
daily her faith in youth, in us, in the future. 
This is our school secretary ; but more than 
that, this is our friend. 

"Children have more ?ieed of models than 
critics." 

— Joubert 




PRINCIPAL LAWRENCE M. 
BONGIOVANNI 



ADMINISTRATION 

To the members of the Class of 1961: 
Congx-atulations. 

Good Luck. 
Godspeed. 

Lawrence M. Bongiovanni 




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SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 
F. EDWARD NICHOLAS 



Capable, Experienced Leaders Guide Us 

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SCHOOL COMMITTEE 
Seated: Mrs. Jane Cellar, Miss 
Mary Dolan, Mr. Alton Cavic- 
chi. Standing: Mr. Harry Doyle; 
Mr. Spencer Brewster; Mr. 
Chester Sweatt, former super- 
intendent; Dr. Samuel Stewart. 




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Studies come first at PHS. Our teachers 
make certain that we adhere to this rule. 

All of our teachers are devoted to the task 
of educating our young minds. They take an 
interest in us both as individuals, through 
special guidance interviews, and as whole, 
by way of the Student Activities Society. 

Competition for college admission is so 
keen that students must be well-prepared. 
However, the needs of other pupils with no 
college plans are not overlooked. We believe 
PHS offers courses which help each person 
attain his goals. 



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Where's your 
slip? 




All boys out of 
the locker room ! 




I pushed the 
wrong key. 




I have nothing 

more to say, 

but . . . 



Miss Iris Albertini 

"Alors" 

English . and French — 22 years in 
P.H.S. — visited Japan — loves to 
travel — finds music and photography 
appealing — often seen at her restaur- 
ant — has taken many advanced courses 
all over the United States. 
Radcliffe College, A.B. ; Middlebury 
College. M.A. 



FACULTY 




Mrs. Lena Allaire 

' Be a Lady !" 

Physical Education Instructor — Girls 

— 2 years in P.H.S. — on the Bowl- 
ing Team - Hanover Women — - always 
listening to our problems — to get a 
good rebounder on her basketball team 

— likes sewing and cooking — her dif- 
ferent hairdos. 

Bridgewater State Teachers College. 




Miss Beatrice Arthur 

"All right, everybody" 

Head of the Business Department — 
3 years in P.H.S. — came to us from 
junior high -- she can often be seen 
in her church choir or gardening at 
her home — always watching that deci- 
mal point — to make people read their 
directions thoroughly — money man- 
ager of the school. 

Salem Teachers College ; Harvard ; Bos- 
ton University. 




Mrs. Helen Bagnall 

"Do we have volunteers ?" 
Economic Geography, Typing I — 22 
years in P.H.S. — seen at her cottage 
at the pond — nice dresser — always 
has a nice smile — Student Council 
Advisor — always willing to help. 
Salem Teachers College ; Boston Uni- 
versity. 



Mr. David Barlow 

"Let's see now" 

Biology Teacher — 1 year in P.H.S. — 

Junior High's loss, our gain — always 

doing odds and ends — gardening 

around his home — pleasing smile — 

always cracking jokes. 

University of Rhode Island. 




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He went 
that-a-way ! 



Miss Phyllis Boucher 

"Now People !" 

Head of the Social Studies Department 

— 3 years at P.H.S. — cool, calm, and 

collected — has very good advice for 

everyone — in charge of the Honor 

Society and Student Exchange Day — 

enjoys playing golf and participating 

in church activities. 

Worcester State Teachers College ; 

Clark University. 




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Zero for 
the day. 



Mrs. Margaret Brown 
"That's not done well enough. Try 

again." 
Art instructor — 21 years in P.H.S. 
— her classes on the Green — has had 
the last of the Torrances — in charge 
of all decorations — very active in 
community affairs — Pilgrim, gradua- 
tion and the Junior Prom keep her 
busy. 
Sacker School Of Design. 








I beg your 
pardon. 



Mr. Edwin Calvin 

"Close adherence to the Golden Rule" 
Director of Guidance — very pleasant 
— joking with Mrs. Patenaude -- 1 
year at P.H.S. — a fan of track — 
finds music and woodworking very ap- 
pealing. 

Philips Academy ; Harvard ; Kent State 
University ; Western Reserve Univers- 
ity ; Akron ; Boston University. 





I know it's 
here someplace ! 




Where are 
my glasses ? 



"I don't care 

if it is 

football season.' 



These studies 
are tough. 



A stitch in time 
saves nine. 



FACULTY 



Miss Marilyn Griffith 



Mr. Louis Cappanari 

"Oh, that's really 'Quite Simple'." 
Geometry and Mechanical Drawing — 
3 years at P.H.S. — enjoys boating and 
woodworking as a great past-time — 
to be able to- keep the study hall quiet. 
Northeastern University; University 
of Michigan. 





Mr. Henry Cryer 

"If you can't play a sport, be one." 
Physical Education Instructor — 2 
years in P.H.S. — Assistant Coach to 
Football — often seen sharing DeSisto's 
and Sarson's problems on the football 
field — very quiet. 
Panzer College. 





Mr. Joseph DeSisto 

"Men are boys grown tall" 

World History Teacher and Driver 

Training — 4 years at P.H.S. — gets 

gray hair from girls learning to drive 

— sun repairing fire trucks running 

errands and gardening. 

Fordham University ; Boston College. 





Miss Anita Drisko 
"All right" 

Home Economics — 1 year at P.H.S. — 
interested in sports — Assistant Camp 
Director — to have a newly equippe'd 
home arts room — has to put up with 
those "crazy boys" — always smiling. 
Farmington State Teachers College. 




"The world is a looking glass and gives 
to every man the reflection of his own 

face." 
English and Speech — 2 years in P. H. 
S. — Advisor to Press Club — has the 
study hall always under control — 
as neat as a pin. 
Boston University. 





There's a lot 

of red in 
this rankbook. 



Mr. Roland Holmes 

"In case you're interested" 
English Teacher — 14 years in P.H.S. 
— very well liked pleasant smile — 

Pilgrim Advisor — Naval Reserve - 
enjoys sports. 

Bowdoin ; Boston University ; Bridge- 
water. 





Miss Jeannette Jacques 

"C'est a vous !" 

Head of French Department — 30 
years in P.H.S. — those bulletin boards 
— keeps her students well under con- 
trol — those rare smiles — neat 
clothes. 

Worcester State Teachers College ; Mid- 
dlebury College ; The Sorbonne ; Bos- 
ton University ; Assumption. 




Mr. Walter Jansen 
"You are now a charter member of 
the '2 o'clock Club' " 
English II, III — one year at P.H.S. 
— always cracking jokes — slows the 
races down at recess — those cartoons 
on the attendance sheets — Cape Rep- 
resentative of Education. 
Brown University ; Middlebury College. 



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good ! 




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Attention ! ! 




Oh, class, you 
give me a pain ! 




Gotta make a 
phone call ! ! 



FACULTY 



Miss Helen Johnson 

"Now Class — Eyes on your books !" 
Business Education Teacher — 39 years 
at P.H.S. — Advisor to the Junior 
Class — tiny voice — can be found 
either in the office or in 201. 
Salem State Teachers College : Boston 
University : Simmons ; Fitchburg : Hy- 
annis ; International College: Uni- 
versity of Connecticut. 




Miss Phyllis Johnson 
"Don't all volunteer at once." 
American History, Psychology, and 
Prob. of Demo. — 1 year at P.H.S. 
spends her time golfing in the sum- 
mer — Red Cross First Aid Chairman — 
good sense of humor. 

Bridgewater State Teachers College ; 
Northwestern University. 




Miss Nellie Locklin 

"Check it." 
Head of 
32 years 
piano — 
pupils — 
affairs. 

Boston Universjty ; Columbia Univer- 
sity Teachers College ; University of 
Maine. 



Mathematics Department — 
in P.H.S. — enjoys the 
has an interest in bright 
those string and chalk 




Mr. John Pacheco 

"Let's do it again from the top." 
Band Director, Supervisor of Instru- 
mental Music — 20 years in P.H.S. 
Marching Girls. 
Northeastern Conservatory of Music. 



Mr. John Packard 
"Get your wheels down and land !" 
Head of Science Department 
years in P.H.S. 
sky — the 
Ham Radio. 
Harvard. 



an interest in the 
rotten egg experiment — 




Mrs. Jean Patenaude 

"Come on in — Of course I'm not 
busy" 

Guidance Counselor — 1 year in P. 
H.S. Testing and counseling, Gradua- 
tion Committee, Sophomore Hop Com- 
mittee — smart dresser — pleasing 
smile — very understanding. 
Bridgewater State Teachers College ; 
Boston University. 




Mr. Russell Randall 

"Knock it off" 
Basic Math I, Applied Science — 1 
year at P.H.S. — interested in sports 
— majored in Physical Education at 
B.U. — went to Duxbury High — nice 
looking. 
Boston University. 



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behind the 

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'Am I interrupting 
something im- 
portant?" 



Mrs. Miriam Raymond 

"Absolutely" 

Head of English Department — Dean 

of Girls — 39 years in P.H.S. — Mass. 

Association of Deans — Senior Class 

Advisor — many compositions — very 

understanding. 

Boston University ; Wellesley ; Syra- 
cuse. 




Detail test 
tomorrow. 



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FACULTY 



Mr. Harold Rogers 

"One, two, three, four, three, four." 
Boys' Physical Education Instructor — 
12 years in P.H.S. — basketball coach 
— sweats at the games — shy when it 
conies to speeches — Wareham and 
Silver Lake. 

Bridgewater State Teachers College : 
Boston University. 



"Aren't you 
supposed to take 
gym this period?" 




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Mr. Mario Romano 

"Give of your best — Rewards will 
come." 

Athletic Director, College Math, Basic 
Math — 26 years in P.H.S. — in charge 
of lOc-a-week — at the games with 
the coaches — those pep rallies — 
study hall messengers — a wonderful 
teacher. 

Boston College ; Boston College Grad- 
uate School. 



Your money 
or your I.D. card. 





Mr. Jack Sarson 

"Just one more Play" 
Football Coach — 4 
— often seen baby 
well liked (by girls 
ing, great personality 
workouts — "Once 
Lake!" 



years in P.H.S. 

sitting — very 
) — nice look- 

— those football 
more for Silver 



So what if the 
field is muddy ! ! 





Miss Shelia Sullivan 

"Line up on the black line." 
Girls Assistant Physical Education In- 
structor — 1 year at P.H.S. — finds 
swimming very enjoyable — good per- 
sonality — seen with the cheerleaders 
at games — helping Mrs. Allaire — 
that little car of her's. 
Bridgewater State Teachers College. 



I hope you're 
all ready now ? ? 



Mrs. Leona Swartz 

"Hurry !" 

Business Education — 1 year in P.H. 
S. — enjoys reading and sports — 
nice dresser — another Junior High 
loss and our gain. 







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What's in the 
bottle? 



Mr. John Tavernelli 

"All set to work, now." 
Latin II, III, Basic Math I — 11 years 
at P.H.S. — Latin' Club — Seen clear- 
ing the junior corridor — very quiet. 
Boston University ; Bridgewater State 
Teachers College. 





Look at those 
puellas ! 






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Mrs. Alice Urann 

"For one awful moment I thought I 
heard voices in here." 

English — 18 years in P.H.S. — always 
kidding with Jack ! — Eileen, Pixie, 
and Dad — Terror of the third floor 

— finds it easy to keep the corri- 
dor cleared — you wretched children 

— we call her 'MA". 
Bridgewater State Teachers College ; 
Boston University. 






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Bibliophile 
Sarsonophobe. 



Mrs. Marion Whiting 

"Now let's see !" 

Secretary to Mr. Bongiovanni — 9 
years in P. H. S. — the school could 
never run without her — Girl Scout 
Council — beautiful clothes — very 
sweet — Coomie — darn that mail. 
Chandler School for Women. 




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'Do you realize you're late?' 



PHS affords each 
student a well- 
rounded curriculum 





Many students planning for positions 
in business offices elect the commercial 
course. This curriculum includes train- 
ing in the use of typewriters and other 
office machines. Bookkeeping and stenog- 
raphy, exacting subjects in themselves, 
are taught by expert teachers. 

The Home Arts course at PHS pre- 
pares both girls and boys to cope with 
domestic responsibilities. 



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Mathematics at PHS is tailored 
to meet the needs of every stu- 
dent. For those wishing just a 
course in the everyday uses of 
numbers, a basic math course is 
offered. However, there are two 
classes of math for the college- 
bound students — the regular col- 
lege math group and an advanced 
college math group. Whichever 
course a pupil elects, he is assured 
a solid background for his future. 



A COURSE IN GEOMETRY 



ALGEBRA AT WORK 



LEARNING THE BASICS OF MATH 





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science 



ADVANCED BIOLOGISTS 



The Science Department of PHS offers an 
array of courses from biology to physics. 
In biology, life and its functions are studied : 
chemistry reveals the composition and trans- 
formation of substance ; and physics is the 
study of matter and motion. Physical sci- 
ence, a new course, is a composite of every 
major phase of science. No matter what a 
pupil's scientific likes and needs are, he can 
satisfy them at PHS. 



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SOCIAL STUDIES 



Social Studies include a wide range of subjects at PHS. World 
History probes the ages from Stone to Atomic. American His- 
tory traces in detail the progress made in North America from 
1492 to the present. In Global Geography pupils learn the 
construction of the earth iself and the forces and effects of 
its elements. Problems of Democracy spotlights the social, poli- 
tical, and economical aspects of modern-day United States. 



LEARNING HOW THE U. S. WAS 
BORN AND HOW IT GREW 








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Since language is the medium of com- 
munication throughout the world, it is an 
important subject at PHS. Both the Eng- 
lish and the foreign language courses en- 
deavor to build not only an understanding 
of literature, grammar, and vocabulary, 
but also a fluent tongue, that we may be 
able to express ourselves clearly. 




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With the world stress on physically-fit 
youth, PHS has adopted an active program 
designed to strengthen both mind and body. 
Boys acquire dexterity in football, cross 
country, track, basketball, and baseball. 
Girls learn and polish the techniques of 
hockey, basketball, Softball, and tennis. A 
student not only enjoys the intramural 
sports, but also develops a well-co-ordinated 
body and learns good sportsmanship. 



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CRAMMING FOR A TEST 




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Study periods are a part of every school 
day. They not only afford time for prepar- 
ing the next day's homework, but also allow 
for extra-curricular activities such as execu- 
tive board meetings of the yearbook and 
the Student Council. 



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ENIORS 




We, the graduating class of Plymouth 
High, as we walk toward ivy-covered col- 
leges, transcribe shorthand and type letters 
for handsome executives, or stand at atten- 
tion as the sergeant inspects the ranks, will 
remember our years of learning here. The 
class will go in many directions, each one 
of us hoping to find success and happiness 
as we travel through life. However, we will 
be bound together by the fact that we spent 
our high school years at Plymouth High and 
graduated with the class of 1961. 

The class, working together under capable 
leaders, has performed well — the Sopho- 
more Hop, the Junior Prom, and the Senior 
Dance were all successful ventures. The ex- 
periences we have shared, the people with 
whom we have worked, and the accom- 
plishments we ourselves have brought about, 
all help us to gain maturity. 




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Placing great faith in the ability and character 
of four 'classmates, the seniors chose officers 
early in the fall. Throughout the school year 
these leaders have proved worthy of the trust 
the Class of 1961 placed in them. 

Our remarkable President, Peter, demonstrated 
his mastery of Robert's Rules of Order, as we 
passed our important legislation in class meet- 
ings. Charlie, the V.P., aided Peter in carrying 
out class business, while Secretary Marlene busily 
took notes. While all this went on, Dennis, with 
eagle-eye, guarded the class money bags and held 
the purse strings tight, always raising an eye- 
brow whenever the matter of spending money 
was discussed. 



PRESIDENT 
Peter Gomes 





SECRETARY 
Marlene Brigida 





VICE-PRESIDENT 


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this isn't 5th period ? 




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me like that? 







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without me ! 



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Am I late or something? 




Uncle Sam wants you ! 



ROBERTA ANN ALDRICH-AMES 

"Were You There" 

Bertie — "Still Living !" — to be a missionary — likes all kinds of 
sports — dislikes conceited boys — pet peeve : tests in every 
subject on the same day — seen with : Sandi, Joni, Mary, Noelle, 
Joyce, Bonnie, and Candy M. — seen at Tassy's — secretly de- 
sires to be the first girl to take a trip to the moon (con- 
tributions welcome!) 



Activities : Field Hockey 2,3 ; Softball 2 ; 
Sports Club 3. 



Travel Club 2 ; Girls 



BETTY ANN ALVES 
"Just A Dream" 

Betty — "You're sickening!" — likes Mr. Holmes — to be a nurse 
and get married — seen with Diane, Mickey, Carol, Barbara, 
Diane B. and Ricky — seen at Harry's — pet peeve: being called 
Elizabeth — Mr. Custer ! — secretly desires to own a ranch 
house — Crazy ? 

Activities : Junior Librarian ; Ticket Committee 2 ; Dance Com- 
mittees 2. 



BEATRICE PATRICIA ANDREWS 

"Alone At Last" 

Mickey — "Oh, gee, ya' know what I mean" — likes dating, 
pizza, and a certain Marshifeld guy — dislikes writing long 
letters — seen with Carol, Connie, 3-B's, 2-D's, and C. B. — seen 
at Gambini's — pet peeve: long skirts — R.F. 

Activities: Basketball 1,2; Softball 1,2,3; Cherleader 3; S.A.S. 
2; Junior Librarian; Dance Committees 1,2,3; Pilgrim Staff; 
Fund Collector 2. 



GAIL ELIZABETH ARMSTRONG 

"Somewhere Over The Rainbow" 

Hurricane — "I haven't the va-gust idea" — likes boys, cars, 
hot fudge sundaes, Mr. Holmes — dislikes French tests — seen 
with Becky and Jo — seen in 101 — secretly desires to accomplish 
her wildest dreams — pet peeve : stuck up boys and girls. 

Activities: Lab Staff 1,2,3; Junior Librarian 2,3; Pilgrim 
Staff 3 ; Radio Club 2 : Dance Committees. 



DIANE CONSTANCE BAGNELL 

"A Million To One" 

Mouchie — "Gee Whiz" — likes boys, clothes, sleeping late — dis- 
likes conceited boys, getting up in the morning — to be a 
beautician — with Barbie, Bren, Mickey, Betty, Anne, and 
Mary Jane — seen at Gambini's — secret desire: to go to Hawaii 
— pet peeve: little sisters. 

Activities : Junior Librarian ; Dance Committee 2 ; Pilgrim 
Staff 3 ; Press Club 3. 







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BARBARA ANN BALL 

"One Night" 

Cricket — "What a Doll !" — likes pink, skating, Mr. Holmes 
and Jim — dislikes shoes, slow people, and getting up in the 
morning — plans to be a beautician — with Diane, Brenda, 
Mickey, Betty and Ruth — secretly desires to attend West Point 
— marriage in her future — seen at Jordan Hospital, Gambini's 
and Manomet — pet peeve: being 5'2" tall. 

Activities: Dance Committees 2; Pilgrim Staff 3. 






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RONALD SA BANZI 

"Stranger In Paradise" 

Ronnie — "What da ya say?" — likes fried clams and pizza — 
dislikes to get up early — plans electronics school — seen with 
Pete, Bruce, Den, Stan, and Art — to own a Rolls-Royce — seen 
at Leland's, Jay's, Memorial Press, and Tassy's — "Yoo hoo ! 
Miss"— pet peeve: walk to recess from room 21. 

Activities: Band 1,2,3; Bank Teller 1; lOc-a-week collector 1; 
Radio Club 1,2,3 ; Travel Club 2,3 ; Dance Committees 2 ; 
Science Seminar 2,3 ; Science Fair Winner 2. 



RONALD WILLIS BARNARD 

"Blue Moon" 

Barnie — "What're ya crazy?" — likes frappes, cheese sandwiches, 
baseball, and a certain junior girl — dislikes homelessons, Mon- 
day mornings — plans: the Air Force — seen with Shorty, Char- 
lene, Bobby, Charlie, Al, Phil, Barnsie, Emory and Dicky — 
secretly desires to play for the Red Sox — seen at 178 Court 
Street — pet peeve: Mrs. Urann's English class. 

Activities : Baseball 1 ; Football 1 ; Banking ; Dance Com- 
mittees 1. 



PHILIP ALVIN BARNES 

"Irresistible You" 

Barnsie — "Tough Enough" — likes pizza, playing pool, swim- 
ming — plans to join the Air Force — seen with Dupuis, Shorty, 
Emory, McGee, Bouchard, Sherwood, Bobby, and Brewster — 
secret desire : to own a Mercury convertible — seen at Romano's, 
Mayflower Seafood — Oh ! that drag with Bouchard ! 



VIRGINIA ORR BEANE 

"Lovers Never Say Goodbye" 

Ginny — "I'm hungry !" — likes pizza, boys, Mr. Sarson and 
cheerleaders — dislikes people who are late — plans to go to 
teachers college — seen with Linda W. and Lynda G. — secret 
desire: to work for the F.B.I. — seen in Gambini's and the 
T-Bird — pet peeve: those brothers! 

Activities : Marching Girls 1 ; Cheerleaders 2,3 : Librarian 
1, Lab Staff 1: Pilgrim Staff 1,2,3; Press Club 2; Hockey 1; 
Basketball 1 ; Softball 1 : Volleyball 1 ; Travel Club 2 ; Dance 
Committees 1,2,3. 




Cool it, man ! 




Who me ! 




What's happening' 




You sneak ! 







I think I found it ! 



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Just call me Dumbo ! 




Eek! A freak! 




I'll say I have home les- 
sons ! 




No mermaids today ! 



MARY ETHEL BEAUREGARD 

"To Know Him Is To Love Him" 

Maimie — "Why?" — likes Mr. Sarson, pizza, horses, and long 
talks on the telephone — seen with Sandi, Kathy, Terry, Mar- 
lene and Noelle — secret desire : to play football — seen at 
Ernie's or in the blue station wagon — future plans : medical 
technologist— pet peeve: PAUL BONGIOVANNI. 

Activities : Experimental Biology ; Science Seminar ; Junior 
Librarian ; Pilgrim Staff ; Basketball 2 ; Travel Club 2,3 ; Dance 
Committes 1,2,3 ; Marching Girls 1,2,3. 



PAUL LOUIS BONGIOVANNI 

"The Twist" 

Bongi — "Ya" — dislikes neckties — plans college in the future- 
seen with Bob, Stan, Joe, Rich — secretly desires to go on a 
trip to Europe — seen at the golf links' — will never forget those 
casts — pet peeve : quiet study halls. 

Activities: Basketball 2,3; Pilgrim Staff 3: Radio Club 1,2,3. 



BRENDA MAE BORGATTI 

"What Am I Living For" 

Bren — "Later" — likes Mr. Holmes, pizza, Bruce, and doubling 
with Barb and Jim — dislikes being called Bergerti — plans 
marriage — seen with Di, Mickey, Betty, Barb, Ruthanne, and 
Ruth H. — to join the Navy with Mr. Holmes — seen at Gam- 
bini's — pet peeve: little sister. 

Activities : Dance Committees 2 ; Junior Librarian ; Pilgrim 
Staff 3. 



DIANE MARIE BORSARI 

"Tonight Tonight" 

Di — "Who?" — likes pizza and any Italian food — plans IBM 
school — seen with Veronica, Dorothy, Nancy, Carmen, Kathy 
— secret desire: to own a white Cadillac — Oh! that is right — 
seen at North Plymouth — pet peeve: greedy people. 

Activities: Band 1,2,3; Cashier 3. 



ALBERT JOSEPH BOUCHARD 

"Blue Angel" 

Al — "You know !" — likes hamburgers — dislikes know-it-all 
girls — future plans : the Air Force — seen with Ellen, Dave, 
Mel, Barnsie, and Barney — secretly desires to get married — seen 
at Cooper's and in Kingston — pet peeve: seventh period study. 

Activities : Track 1 ; Dance Committees 3. 











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STANFORD LOUIS BOWERS 

"Togetherness" 

Stan — "Sugar" — likes work and cars — plans college — seen with 
Bill, Tom, Ronnie, Jim — secret desire: to own a Corvette — 
seen at Sherman's and the bowling alley — pet peeve: 7th 
period study. 

Activities : Radio Club 1 : Dance Committees. 




With my eyes wide open ! 



JOHN EDWARD BOWSER 

"Ben Blur's Chariot Race" 

Johnny — likes cars — plans to become a mechanic — seen with 
Bill, Holman, Burton, Rolo, Silva, and "Tubby" Radcliff— 
secret desire : to have the fastest car in town — seen at Peter 
Pan and Romano's — pet peeve : pedestrians. 




Yes, you did disturb me. 



EMORY DEAN BOYER 

"Tonight, Tonight" 

Weasel — "What's happenin'?" — likes pizza, cars, girls — future 
plans — mechanic school or service — seen with Fred, Rog, 
Charlie, Sam — secret desire: to have the fastest car in town — 
seen at Peter Pan and Romano's — the day he ran into Mr. 
Important. 




I — I passed a test ! 



ANNE REEVES BRADLEY 
"Summer Place" 

Anne — "Gum, anyone?" — likes music and books — dislikes quiet 
boys — seen at Tassy's or Bradley's Drug — with Bonnie and the 
girls — plans future education — pet peeve: giggly girls — those 
loud sneezes ! 

Activities: Librarian 1,2: Dance Committees 2; Pilgrim Staff 
2.3. 




I caught my hand in the 
cash box ! 



ANNE WITHINGTON BREWSTER 

"The Great Pretender" 

Shag — "You hate me!" — likes animals, football head coach, 
George, and victory parties — dislikes "Crutches", being fat, 
and last year's experience — plans on college and getting mar- 
ried — seen with Van Twinkles and George — to relive »ummer 
of 1960 with my boss — seen in my Volkswagen with someone 
else driving — E.R.B.C. — pet peeve: Splint. 

Activities: Hockey 1,3; Tennis 1,3; Basketball 1,3; Marching 
Girls 1,3 ; S.A.S. 1 ; Girls Sports Club 3 ; Dance Committees 
1.3; Travel Club 1; Glee Club 1. 




What am I doing here? 







How much is two and 
two? 




Just pickin' up the 
pieces ! 




Cold cash gives me that 
warm feeling ! 




What's that thing? 




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I forgot the dishes. 



PAUL BREWSTER 

"Nobody But Me" 

Paul — "Got to be cool" — likes girls, football, food, and pool — 
dislikes silly girls, homelessons, and English tests — plans col- 
lege — seen with Charlie, Coomie, Alton, Shorty, Barry, and 
the Barneses — to marry that rich girl — seen at Peter Pan and 
Romano's — Mrs. Urann's English class — pet peeve : snobby girls. 

Activities: Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1.2; Travel Club; Bank 
Teller 1 ; S.A.S. Vice President 2 ; Class Vice President 1 ; 
Dance Committees. 



MARLENE ANN BRIGIDA 

"Greensleeves" 

Marl — "Qu'est-ce que c'est que ca?" — seen with Terry, Mary, 
Noelle, and Van Twinkles — plans to be a foreign language 
teacher — likes fried clams, Whitman, and Mr. Holmes — won- 
derful piano player — the Jaycees Junior Miss — dislikes 23 min- 
utes for lunch — pet peeve: 6th period study — to decipher :i 
prismatoid. 

Activities: National Honor Society 2,3; Pilgrim Staff 2,3; Co- 
Literary Editor 3 : S.A.S. 1.2,3 ; Class Secretary 3 ; Marching 
girl 1,2 ; Drum Majorette 3 ; Biology Science Seminar 2 
Student Exchange Day Representative 2,3 ; Travel Club 1,2,3 
Radio Club 2,3 ; Sub-Cheerleader 3 ; Experimental Biology 1 
Glee Club 1 ; Pianist 1,2,3 ; Hockey 2 ; Fund Collector 1 
Bank Teller 3 ; Sports Club 3 ; Dance Committees 1,2,3 ; Lab 
Staff 1 ; Honor Group. 



HELEN JANE BROADBENT 

"Angel On My Shoulder" 

Helen — "Oh, no !" — works at Plymouth Federal Savings — seen 
with Carol, Dorothy, Bonnie, Grace, Marynel — to go to the 
South Pacific — likes expensive clothes — dislikes eating — plans 
to continue working — does Helen like to talk ? — that accident 
at the 1960 graduation — pet peeve: tall girls. 

Activities : Glee Club 1 ; Bank Teller 2 ; Junior Librarian 2 ; 
Pilgrim Staff 2,3 ; Press Club 2,3 ; 10 cent-a-week collector 3 ; 
Office Assistant 2 ; Cashier 3 ; Graduation usher. 



RUTH ANN CADORETTE 

"Because They're Young" 

Ruthie — "For Pete's sake!" — seen with Susie, Pete, Brenda, 
Grace, and Ruth H. — likes Pete, nice people — future plans : 
Wilfred Academy — dislikes pizza — secretly desires to get along 
with her sister — a neat dresser — oh, her hair — seen at Gellar's. 

Activities: Dance Committees 1; Junior Prom Committee 2; 
Bank Teller 2,3 ; Junior Librarian 2 ; Basketball Manager 2 ; 
Pilgrim Staff 3 ; Travel Club 3. 



GRACE ELIZABETH CALHOUN 

"Victory Shall Be Mine" 

Gracie — "Geekers" — seen with Ruthie H. and Ruthie C. — quiet 
and cute — future plans : Nyach Bible College — secretly desires 
to own a Thunderbird — seen at Great Herring Pond — another 
Kim Novak. 

Activities: Travel Club 3. 





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KATHLEEN CALLAHAN 

"Stay" 

Kathy — "I'm starved" — seen with Pickle, Carole, Clough, 
Joyce, Doris P. and Joe — headed to Airline Reservationist 
School- to have no worries — dislikes people with tempers — 
seen at movies or bowling alleys — likes food and Joe S. 
Pineapple Princess — pet peeve : Carole's laugh. 

Activities : Volleyball 1 ; Special Typist 2 ; Pilgrim Staff 3 ; 
Dance Committees 1,2,3. 



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AGNES MARIE CAMERON 

"G. I. Blues" 

Aggie — "Later, after breakfast" — likes roller skating and 
dancing — plans to become a telephone operator — seen with 
Nancy, Pat, Paula, Connie, Joanne, Bren, Barb, and Diane- - 
dislikes being called "Campbell Kid" — seen at Ruthanne's — 
Jamaica Plain's loss — to ride in Powder Puff races — pet peeve: 
not having her license. 



BRUCE EDWARD CAMPBELL 

"When the Saints Go Marching In" 

Bruce — "Are you crazy?" — secretly desires to place in a 
cross-country meet — pet peeve : Mrs. Urann's English class — 
seen with Dennis, Ronnie, Bill and Clyde — likes Mr. Desisto, 
sports, and cars — dislikes English research papers and in- 
quisitive girls — going on to college — seen at the Bowling 
Alleys or in town. 

Activities : S.A.S. Representative 3 ; Boys' State Represent- 
ative 2 ; Baseball 2 ; Cross-Country 2,3 ; Track 3 ; Band 1,2,3 ; 
Radio Club 2,3 ; Pilgrim Staff 3 ; Dance Committees 2,3 ; Jun- 
ior Prom Committee 2. 



CHARLENE ANN CARAFOLI 
"He" 

Charlie — "Pardonez-moi, s'il vous plait" — plans on going to 
University of Bridgeport or B.U. — seen at Gambini's or Texaco 
Station — with Marlene, Noelle, Delia, and Lee — likes school, 
music, and animals — to bowl like her mother — always busy — 
friendly. 



Activities : Librarian 2,3 ; 
Dance Committees 2,3. 



Pilgrim Staff 3 ; Travel Club 2,3 ; 



LOUIS ANTHONY CARREIRA 

"Irresistable You" 

Liver Lips — "What's the story?" — dislikes noisy girls — likes 
spaghetti and meat balls — Marines — with Bobby B., Richie, 
Bobby F., Tony — to own his brother's '54 Ford Convertible — 
embarrassed when he ripped the seat out of his pants — pet 
peeve: troubles with a white '61 Chevy. 

Activities : 10 cent-a-week collector 1,2,3. 




You'll find Mr. Sarson 
in Room 28 ! 




I'm on a diet ! 




Isn't that something ! 




My eye ! 




Homemaker of America ! 



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First one done helps 
everyone else finish. 




Caught in the act ! 




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HELEN WARD CAVICCHI 

"Perfidia" 

Cooky — "It's Mungie" — she's our best all around — likes food — 
plans to go to Bridgewater State Teachers College — seen with 
Barb, Sue, Candy, and the girls — to be in the football team — 
doesn't like to be called Helen or teased about her legs — ■ 
seen at Smith's, Gambini's, and Tassy's — her blond hair and 
her knee socks. 

Marching Girls 1,2,3; Pilgrim 1,2,3: Dance Committees 1,2,3; 
Field Hockey 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Tennis 2,3; Softball 1,3; 
Sports Club 3 ; Travel Club 2,3 ; Volley Ball 1 ; Graduation 
Usher 2 ; Secretary of Class 2 ; S.A.S. Alternate 1 ; Junior 
Prom General Committee 2. 




KENNETH PETER CAVICCHI 

"You Talk Too Much" 

Ken — "Hey, you big dummy!" — pet peeve; "Terrors of English" 
— with Lydia, Roger, Steve, Mike, Dave, Unitas, and Ra — on 
our football team — plans to further his schooling — likes sum- 
mer nights and food — dislikes English test — good looking — Oh ! 
to get a touchdown ! 

Activities: Football 1,2,3; Varsity Club 2,3. 



CHRISTINE CLOUGH 

"It's Now or Never" 

Chris — "I say mush, all you Huskies !" — a real riot — Chris is 
seen with Sue, Pat, Carole, Kelly, Pickle — plans to go to Texas 
— likes Benny and Wyatt — wants to put Coke in the bubblers 
— seen at Clough's Market — got her arm stuck in a locked 
locker — pet peeve : Brian Souza. 

Activities: Field Hockey 1,2; Softball 1,2; Glee Club 1; Pil- 
grim Typist 2,3; Volley Ball 1.2. 



COLIN FRANCIS COSTA 

"The Twist" 

Horn — "What's the scoop here?" — seen with the North 
Plymouth boys at the Rat Hole — plans the Navy or busi- 
ness college — likes pizza — Mrs. Brown's art class, and bowling 
— dislikes serious people — pet peeve : Bookkeeping II. 

Activities : Ticket Seller 2,3 ; Baseball 2,3. 



You want to make some- 
thing out of it? 



DONALD ANTHONY COSTA 

"Over the Rainbow" 

Frank — "I gotta go" — seen at Gellar's — with Bruce, Jim, Newt, 
Bill — likes hunting, spaghetti, Corvettes, and motorcycles — 
dislikes Fiats, French, getting up early — plans to go into the 
construction business — pet peeve: Melvin — to own a '61 Triumph 
T-110. 

Activities: lOc-a-week collector 1,2,3. 





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JAMES FONTES COSTA, JR. 

"Little Star" 

Fontes — "Come on, boys" — hates to get out of bed early to 
bo to school or work — seen with Roger, Steve, Kenny, Dave. 
Rich, Barry, and the boys — likes pizza and frappes — dislikes 
"long" homelessons — plans on going into the service (Army) — 
seen at the Rat Hole or Leland's — to own a convertible. 




Boy, am I sleepy ! 





KENNETH FOSTER CRAIG 

"Hot Rod Lincoln" 

Kenny — "Blast it !" — seen with Mac, Renato, Charlie, Harry — 
at the Kingston Sunoco Station — likes money, girls, money- 
plans to join the Air Force — dislikes getting up in the morn- 
ing and school — secretly desires to make a lot of money. 

Activities : Baseball 2. 



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ROBERT CECIL CROWELL 

"You Send Me" 

Bob — "So be it !" — seen at Gellars's station — likes old cars, 
radios, electricity, and photography — plans to own a service 
station — tall and quiet — secretly desires to put a big motor 
in his Hudson — seen with all the guys — pet peeve : short people. 

Activities : Football 1. 




I'll do it right even if 
it takes me nine times. 




Please, don't bother me. 




VERA PAMELA CROWELL 

"Over the Rainbow" 

Pam — "How divine !" — likes E. P., PJ parties, eye shadow, 
Mr. Holmes, B. G., — the beach, — P. F. — to attend teachers col- 
lege — with Kate, Peach, Donna, Billy, Henry, Nancy, Eddy — 
make Manomet famous — at Manomet Youth Club — pet peeve : 
people. 

Activities : Experimental Biology 1 ; Science Seminar 2 ; Travel 
Club 1,2,3 ; Junior Librarian 2 ; Junior Prom Committee 2 ; 
Pilgrim Staff 3. 




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CANDICE LEAH DAHL 

"Over the Rainbow" 

Candy — "Whew I" — likes No. 44 and pretty clothes — dislikes 
rosy cheeks — to go to college — Muff, Sue, Cooky, and the gang 
— live happily ever after — our "best dressed" — seen anywhere 
the kids are — gets embarrassed easily — pet peeve : middle name. 

Activities: Travel Club 1,2,3; Dance Committee 1,2,3; Basket- 
ball 1,2,3 ; Field Hockey 1,2 ; Marching Girls 1,2,3 ; Pilgrim 
Staff 3 ; Glee Club 1. 



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I love him so ! 





Fore ! 




Knit one pearl two ! 




You got me from the 
back, coward ! 




The class bookworm ! 




Relief is just a swallow 
away. 



MARY FRANCES DAVID 

"Tonight's the Night" 

Mary — what else — "I don't get it" — "Tomorrow" — likes boys 
in crew cuts, a certain senior — business college — Lynda, Pat, 
Doris, Janet, Cooky, Sue, Candy and Pins — to have blond 
hair, and lose weight — seen with BIG FOUR — embarrassed 
when locked in boys' locker room — not being on the football 
team — seen at Tassy's. 

Activities: Field Hockey 2,3; S.A.S. 2,3; Dance Committees 
1,2,3; General Committee 2; Cheerleaders 2,3; Softball 1; 
Fund Collector 2,3 ; Librarian 2 ; Office assistant 2,3 ; Special 
Typist 3 ; Marching Girls 1,2,3 ; Pilgrim Staff 3 ; Sports Club 
3 ; Radio Club 3 ; Lab Staff 3. 




LINDA KAY DeFABIO 

"/ wanna go Home" 

Lindy — "Oh Ya?" — likes Mr. Sarson, Reggie, basketball, play- 
ing "Joe Coolies" on Tom — her make believe sister — dislikes 
being short — plans on college — with Reggie, Carol W., Char, 
Bren, Janet, Ginny, Lynda, Judy R., and Barb — to own a '5~> 
Ford convertible — seen at Gambini's — oh that certain cartwheel 
at Bridgewater. 

Activities: Latin Club 3; Cheerleaders 2,3: Class Sec. 1; Dance 
Committees 1.2,3; Prom 2; Softball 1.3; Volley Ball 1. 




ROBERT DESREUISSEAU 

"Shake A Hand" 

Bobby — "What do ya say?" — seen at People's Market — plans 
to go into the Navy or Air Force — likes Carol — to have a new 
car — good looking — seen with Carol, Shorty, Sampson, Barnes 
— dislikes girls who argue. 



RICHARD DUPUIS 

"Irresistible You" 

Dick — "What's Happening?" — the nation will be in great 
shape with Dick in the Navy — seen with Emory, Freddie. 
Charlie — secret desire his alone — likes girls and cars — dis- 
likes girls who don't like him — seen at Smith's — Perfidia. 

Activities : Radio Club 3. 





REBECCA ELLIS 

"Theme From A Summer Place" 

Becky — "Oh, Jimmy, — Come on, Gail" — likes steak and beach- 
parties — dislikes to write letters, except to a certain someone 
— musical and drama college and housewife — with Gail, Karen, 
Judy, Aunt Polly's nephews and nieces and J.R. — to marry 
Jimmy — seen at Gail's house, library, driving blue and white 
'60 Chevy — embarrassed when chair fell over in homeroom — 
pet peeve: childish people. 

Activities: Glee Club 1. 



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JUDITH MARY EMOND 

"Fools Rush In" 

Judi — "Do you or don't you?" — "I'm sorry" — likes onion 'ings, 
to get letters, Mr. Holmes ; dislikes vegetables and phony peo- 
ple — move to Boston and school — with Karen, Carol, Karen, 
Trina, Linda and Allan — to go to New York again — seen every- 
where — pet peeve : unnecessary stops at unnecessary places. 

Activities : Dance Committee 1,2,3 ; Basketball 1,3 ; Softball. 



KATHERINE ENOS 

"Bali Hai" 



Kathy — "Ye Gads" — dislikes catching that early school bus — 
likes a certain boy — plans to go to a medical technician school 
— with Karen, Judy, Karen. Ruthie, Ethel — desires to own a 
horse ranch in Kentucky — seen at Gellar's — Most Industrious. 

Activities: S.A.S. 2: National Honor Society; Softball 1; 
Junior Prom Committee ; Marching Girls 2.3 ; Caf. Helper 3 : 
Office Assistant 3 ; Honor Group. 




Drinks on the house ! 




Late for class again ? 




KAREN ANN FERIOLI 

"To Each His Own" 

Karen — "I don't know !" — likes pizza, M. B., Johnny Mathis — 
dislikes nosey people, shoes, getting up in the morning — with 
Karen, Judy, Sharon, Barbie, and Mike — to get married bare- 
footed — seen bowling, at the show — pet peeve :Mike's bad 
moods. 

Activities : Bank Teller 1 ; Mr. Barlow's Assistant : Special 
Typist. 




DENNIS GUY FERNAU 

"Mission Bell" 

Den — "That's the way the ball bounces" — likes cars, girls — 
dislikes French and English — engineering — with Bruce, Ron- 
nie, and Al — to pass English with B average — seen at Harry's 
— embarrassed when a book went flying — pet peeve: English 
Class. 

Activities : Band 1,2,3. 




Leave it to Beanie ! 




What was that flash? 



JOHN FERRARI 

"The Stars in the Sky" 

Johnny — likes Debbie — dislikes getting up in the morning — 
join the Air Force and get married — with Don, Bob, Eddie, and 
Johnny — DEBBIE! — seen at Plymouth and Rocky Nook — pet 
peeve : Donald Costa. 



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My tongue's caught ! 




Don't bother me, I'm 
thinking ! 




Do I have to face the 
wall, Mr. Holmes. 




This isn't the right 
room ! 




There's a dead body in 
there 1 




So what if you go to 
college ! 



MICHAEL ANGELO FIGLIOLI 

"Just Because" 

Fig — "Hey, Lips" — likes football, girls, hunting, other sports — 
dislikes homework — college or Navy — with Pete, Gokey, Huey, 
Steve ,Den, Charlie, Mark, Ken, Steve; — to kick a field goal- 
seen at Brockton, Whitman, Rathole — pet peeve: 303B. 

Activities: Football 1,2,3; Track 3; Travel Club 2,3. 



BARBARA ANN FORTINI 

"Come Softly To Me" 

Barbie — "Hey!" — Writing letters — Likes R. W., eating and 
sleeping, '55 Ford convertible — dislikes getting up in the 
morning and bossy people — marriage — with Linda D., Joyce, 
Kathy, Judy R., Linda and Rick— to have that T-Bird— Poultry 
In Motion — fighting with Mr. Holmes. 

Activities: Marching Girls 2: Sports Club 3; Pilgrim Staff 
1.2,3; Dance Committee 1,2,3; Caf. Helper 3. 




STANLEY FORTINI 

"The Twist" 

Small Soul — "Get Lost" — likes girls, pool, bowling, cars — 
plans to join the Navy — seen with Art, Ron, Paul, Ken, Colin 
— secret desire : to loaf all his life — seen at Andy's or in 
his "Hot Ford" — pet peeve : Billy Shakespeare. 

Activities: Band 1,2,3. 



THERESA MARIE FOX 

"To Know Him Is To Love Him" 

Terry — "You Know" — dislikes snobby people — IBM school — 
with Mary, Marlene, Linda, Janet, Al — own a red convertible 
— seen at Leland's, embarrassed when she fell down school 
steps — pet peeve : being short. 

Activities: 10-cent-a-week collector 1,2,3; Marching Girls 2,3; 
Pilgrim Staff 3 ; S.A.S. Typist 3 ; Press Club 2 ; Travel Club 
3; Radio Club; Caf. Helper 3; Dance Committees 1,2,3; Special 
Typist 3. 



KAREN FRANCES FREYERMUTH 

"A Million To One" 

"Nan" — likes P. B., Mr. Holmes, and onion rings —dislikes 
people who ask questions — plans hairdressing school — with Judi, 
Frankie, Karen, Sharon — to live in New York — seen at Mc- 
Lellans — pet peeve: waiting. 



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JOANNE ELIZABETH FULLER 

"Poetry in Motion" 

Jo-Jo — "Hi Babe" — likes miniature golf chewing gum, bowl- 
ing — dislikes snobby people — to grow up — seen with Carol, 
Paula, Connie, Bonnie, Pecky, Max, and Barbie — I'll never tell 
— seen bowling, everywhere in general. 

Activities : Dance Committee 2 ; Volley Ball 2. 




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GLENN DINO GHIDONI 

"Mona Lisa" 

Glenny — "What that there is" — likes Phyllis — dislikes 
tests — plans the Navy, then work — seen with girls— 
Geller's Station — seen at Geller's working on cars. 





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PETER JOHN GOMES 

"Pennies From Heaven" 

Pierre — "Gentlemen, pleeese !" — likes money and English — 
dislikes high interest rates and returning overdue books — 
plans college — seen with Ronny B. and Ronny F., Jimmy T., 
Art, "Wow Wow" — secret desire to understand Geometry — 
seen at Plymouth Public Library — Oh ! three years of gym. 

Activities: S.A.S. 1,2,3; Class President 2.3; General Chair- 
man Sophomore Hop ; Pilgrim Staff 3 ; Fund Collector 1 ; 
National Honor Society 2,3. 



DAVID RICHARD GOVONI 

"Wonderful, Wonderful" 

Dave — "Oh, come on" — likes enormous steaks — dislikes pep- 
pers, onions on anything — to keep the future a secret for 
now — with Al, Mel and especially Sue — to be wealthy and 
smart — Bourget's Store or Cohen's — pet peeve: a copper brown 
'50 Pontiac. 

Activities : Track ; Radio Club ; Dance Committees. 



LOUIS JOSEPH GOVONI 

"Exodus" 

Jazzbo — "You should have seen the one they brought in last 
night" — seen working at the hospital — dislikes panel discus- 
sions and fickle girls — college and medical school — seen with 
Charlie, Dennis, Richie, Coomie, Paul — to be called "Doc" - 
embarrassed at a sophomore hop — pet peeve : younger sister. 

Activities: Band 1,2,3; S.A.S. Representative 3; Photography 
Editor, Pilgrim; Chairman of Sophomore elections; Dance 
Committees 1,2,3 ; Ways and Means Committee 3 ; Program 
Committee 3 ; Latin Club 3 ; Travel Club 2,3 ; Honor Group 3 ; 
Experimental Biology 1 ; Honor Society 3. 




And then the three lit- 
tle bears . . . 




You again ! 




And everybody lived 
happily ever after ! 



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Of course it's not home- 
work ! 




I can't seem to reproduce 
it too well. 




Genius at work ! 




Psst! Ditch the crib 
sheet ! 




Help, my arms caught 
in the fan I 



LYNDA ANN GOVONI 

"Twilight Time" 

Go-Go — "Does my hair look all right?" — likes food, boys, Fords, 
and the Class of 1960 — dislikes Jimmy's ranks, flopped hair, 
empty refrigerators — Bridgewater State Teachers College — 
with Pat, Doris, Mary, Ginny, Janet, Linda, De, Van Twinkles 
— to do a cartwheel — Gambini's — with the Big Four — em- 
barrassed the day she was put in the wastebasket and left in 
the middle of the corridor — cheering on rainy days. 

Activities : Cheerleaders 2,3 ; Bankteller 1 ; Marching Girls 1 ; 
Travel Club 1,2 ; Lab Staff 1 ; Library Staff 1 ; Softball 1 ; 
Van Twinkles 1 ; Dance Committee 2 ; Basketball 1 ; Pilgrim 
Staff 3. 



GLEN ALFRED GRAFFAM 

"Sleep" 

Glen — "Make it snappy, pappy" — dislikes faked blondes and 
yellow polka dot ties — Massachusetts College of Art — with 
Butch, George, Lenny, BS, the Lincon Street Herd — at Ellis 
Haven — pet peeve : locker slammers. 

Activities : lOc-a-week collector 3 ; Art Staff 3 ; Radio Club 
1,2 ; Travel Club 1 ; Art Award 2 ; Dance Committee 1,2 ; 
Jr. Prom Decorations 2. 



PHILIP GREENE 

"Twist" 

Phil — "What's happenin'?" — likes parties and sports — dislikes 
homework — service — with Em, Barnsey, and the boys — to swish 
a basket from forty feet out — seen at Peter Pan — pet peeve : 
boys who won't give him cigarettes. 

Activities : Basketball 3 ; Varsity Club 3. 



BARRY FRANCIS GUARALDI 

"Sleep" 

Barry — "Are You Ready?" — likes short girls and blondes — dis- 
likes going to bed and getting up — technical school — with Gor- 
don, Jackie .Paul, and J .C. — to own a car — at Woolworth's 
and the bowling alleys — younger sisters and brothers. 



MELIN JOSEPH GUIDABONI 

"So Sad" 

Mel — "How's that?" — likes cars, girls and pizza — dislikes get- 
ting up in the morning and stuck up girls — Air Force — 
with Al and Dave — have a real good time before marriage — 
at Plymouth Men's shop — pet peeve : sixth period geography. 

Activities: Radio Club; Dance Committee. 





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"You Talk Too Much" 

Unitas — "Hey, Sap!" — like.s Lynne, playing sports and win- 
ning games- dislikes homework and windsprints — plans to join 
the service — seen with Steve, Roger, Phil, Ken, Hex, Dave, Fig, 
and Lynne throw a hundred yard touchdown pass — at Sea- 
side -pet peeve: Roger's "dainty" punches. 

Activities: Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; lOc-a-week collec- 
tor ; Sophomore President ; Varsity Club 2,3 ; Baseball 1,2,3 ; 
Co-Captain 3. 




HAROLD CHARLES HADAWAY 

"You Talk Too Much" 

Hal — "Wanna Bet?" — likes hunting and fishing — dislikes girls 
who talk too much — join the Navy — with Ken, Rich, and Bob 
— to become an officer in the Navy — seen at Kingston Sunoco 
— embarrassed in the cafeteria study hall — cars without radios 
and girls with cars. 



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KATHLEEN DIANE HIGGINS 

"Theme From the Apartment" 

Kathy — "What's your cause?" — likes Boston and the Chinese 
Place — dislikes noisy people — seen with Judy, Diane, Lillian, 
Pat, Veronica, and Carol — secretly desires to work with Elliot 
Ness on the "Untouchables" — seen at Tedeschi's, Balboni's 
Miramar "Diver" — pet peeves : a certain someone who yells. 

Activities :10c-a-week collector 1,2,3. 




Home on the range ! 



RUTH ALDEN HOLMES 

"Don't Fence Me In" 

Ruthie — "Cut it out!" — likes art with Mrs. Brown — dislikes 
snobby people and being called Holmesie — would like to go to 
Hawaii — seen with Grace, Barbie, Brenda, Mickey, Dianne, 
Ruth- seen at Boot Pond- pet peeve: teachers that give long 
homelessons remembers the day she swung the door in some- 
one's face. 




And for my next feat. 
I'll get 110 on the Eng- 
lish test. 



JOHN ROBERT HOWLAND 

"Walk Don't Run" 

Joe Truck — "I give up!" — seen in Blue Boy with Don — can 
be found at Mayflower Seafood or in a boat — dislikes that 
third degree and English tests — his customized truck — turns 
red easy. 




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BONNIE JO HUTTON 

"Thousand Stars" 

Bunny — "What? What d'ya say?" — seen with Anne, Sue, 
Karen, Judy, Cooky, Sandy, Joni, Sally, and Joyce — likes to go 
barefoot, drive convertibles, travel, and lobster — dislikes shoes 
and arithmetic — desires to sail around the world on the 
Yankee — plans on college in the future — seen at Clark's Island 
and Duxbury. 

Activities: Sophomore Hop Committee 1; Marching Girls 1, 
2,3 ; Usher at Teacher's Convention and Graduation 2 ; Travel 
Club 1,2,3. 



STEPHEN ALLEN IDE 

"Don't Be Cruel" 

Steve — "Scuffy" — dislikes loud girls — seen with Pete, Fig, 
Gokey, Flax, and Bob — plans on Navy or drafting school — 
desires to own an Olds-powered '39 Ford Coupe — seen behind 
the wheel — Class Highway Menace. 

Activities: Football 2,3; Baseball 1; Travel Club 2; Bank 
Teller 1. 



HELEN LOUISE JANSON 

"Believe What You Say" 

Helen — "Fiddlesticks!" — likes Mechanical Drawing and 2nd 
period study — dislikes homework and people who make her 
giggle — seen with Winnie, Nancy R., Nancy L., and Grace — 
plans to pursue a drafting career at Franklin Tech. — secretly 
desires to get the highest mark in Mechanical Drawing — 
seen at Ellisville — pet peeve: people who talk too much. 

Activities : Honor Group 3. 



ROBERT SCOTT KRAMER 

"Poetry in Motion" 

Bob — "Fix me up !" — likes members of the opposite sex and 
weekends — dislikes getting up in the morning, long homelessons, 
girls whe talk too much — plans on Pre-Med. School — seen 
with Charlie, Coomie, Pete, Fig, Paul and Steve — secretly de- 
sires to make the weekends longer — seen at White Horse, New- 
ton, and Brockton — Best Dressed — pet peeve: nights with noth- 
ing to do. 

Activities: Pilgrim Staff 3; Cross-Country 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3: 
Basketball manager 1 ; Dance Committees 1,2,3 ; Varsity Club 
2,3 ; Radio Club 1,2,3 ; Travel Club 2 ; Band 1,2,3 ; Experi- 
mental Biology 1 : Junior Prom Committee. 



WILLIAM WARREN KRIEGEL 

"Chain Gang" 

Bill — "Good Grief" — likes sports, and eating — dislikes girls 
who bother him — seen with Stan, Tom, Newton, Al, and the 
boys — desires to be able to go fishing or hunting at any time — 
seen at DeMolay meeting hall and Bowling Ally — would like to 
become a minister — pet peeve : having to make up work after 
being sick. 

Activities: Baseball 1,2,3; Football 2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; 
Cross-Country 1; Travel Club 2; Radio Club 3; Band 1,2,3; 
Pilgrim Staff 3 ; Junior Prom Committee ; Varsity Club 2,3 ; 
National Honor Society 2,3. 







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NANCY JOAN LeCAIN 

"1 Want to be Wanted" 

Squeaky — "Oh, Brother !" — likes Mr. Holmes, French fries, 
pizza, and summer — seen with Ruthann, Helen. Nancy, Mary, 
Sandra — desires to design her own dream house — seen at Mc- 
Lellan's — pet peeve: a certain boy with red hair — B.K. — plans 
to further her studies in art. 

Activities: Art Staff Pilgrim 3. 



RONALD ERIC LEDO 

"Walk Don't Run" 

Ron — "That's the breaks!" — dislikes stuck-up girls — plans on 
I.B.M. school or Navy — seen with Jim, Stan, Pete, Dave, and 
Rich — wished he owned his '56 Ford convertible — seen at 
Tedeschi's — pet peeve: people who can't find their own car 
in Tedeschi's parking lot. 

Activities: Band 1,2,3. 



PETER ALBERT LEONARDI 

"My Blue Heaven" 

Pete — "Hey, Lips" — seen with Mike, Den, Steve, Bob, Charlie 
— seen at Brockton, North Plymouth, and White Horse — likes 
Merc's and summer — dislikes loud girls — plans on Navy or 
prep school — pet peeve: a skinny bleached blond — secretly de- 
sires to attend University of Miami. 

Activities : Pilgrim Staff 3 ; Cross Country 2 ; Dance Com- 
mittees 1.2,3: Co-editor Art Staff 3; Travel Club; Prom 
Decoration Committee. 



EARL BARKE LITTLEFIELD 

"Itsy Bitsy Bikini" 

Mousey — "Is it my turn to have the car?" — likes girls, food 
and money — dislikes work and getting up — plans to own 50 
acres of cranberry bogs — seen with Steve, Pete, George, and 
Cousin Squirt — desires to become a millionaire — seen at Gel- 
lar's — pet peeve : not getting the car. 

Activities: Lab Staff 3; Radio Club 1,2,3; Science Fair Win- 
ner 2 ; Travel Club 2. 



KAREN ELIZABETH LONGHI 

"There's A Moon Out Tonight" 

"Am" — Hi, Babe!" — likes food, basketball players, M.Z., Mr. 
Sarson, 3rd period study, and English — plans Bridgewater or 
U. of Mass. — seen with Barbie, Cooky, Bonnie, Anne, Dottie 
and the kids — seen at Smith's and Gambini's — pet peeve: 
getting up in the morning and people who hurry. 

Activities: Field Hockey 1,2,3; Basketball 1.2,3; Softball 1; 
Marching Girls 1,2,3; Student Activity Society 1,2,3; Dance 
Committees 1,2,3 ; Banking 3 : Graduation Usher 2 ; Sports 
Club 3 ; Travel Club 1,2,3 ; Pilgrim Staff 3. 




It's a poster on school 
prevention ! 




I call it Noah's Ark. 
There's two of every- 
thing in it. 




"Et tu Brute?" 




Yes, Yes, it's all mine. 




Posing for animal crack- 
ers ! 




You better not ! 




Togetherness. 




But I can't straighten 
out ! 




I could sit here all day. 




We don't want any ! 



CHARLES RICHARD MACCAFERRI 

"Stagger Lee" 

Charlie- "What's wrong with you?" — Likes Kingston Trio, 
sweaters and sports — dislikes writing themes- -hopes to attend 
Holy Cross, then clothing business — seen with Coomie, Paul, 
Den, Rich, and the boys — secretly desires to own a chain of 
clothing stores — nice dresser — best all around — seen at Puri- 
tan's — pet peeve: homework on weekends, people who don't 
work. 

Activities: Class Vice President 2,3; S.A.S. 1,2,3; Fund Col- 
lector 1,2; Pilgrim Staff 1,2,3; National Honor Society 2,3; 
Honor Society President 3 ; Varsity Club 2,3 ; Student Ex- 
change 2 ; Boys' State 2 ; Tufts Conference 2 ; Travel Club 
2,3 ; President 2,3 ; Dance Committee 1,2,3 ; Cross Country 2 ; 
Editor-in-Chief Pilgrim, Honor Group 3 ; Basketball 1,2,3 ; Base- 
ball 1,2,3; Co-Captain 3. 



BARRY EMILIO MAFFINI 

"Mr. Custer" 

Muff — "Ware ya gonna do?" — Charlie, Coomie, Paul, Candy — 
seen at 8 Mayflower Street — to make a rod out of that 
'53 International — to go to college — pet peeve : Teachers that 
call people by their last name. 

Activities: S.A.S. President 3; S.A.S. alternate 1; Football 1, 
2,3 ; Track 1,2 ; Pilgrim Staff 1,2 : Editor Boy's Sports 3 ; 
Press Club 3 ; Travel Club 2,3 ; Junior Prom General Commit- 
tee ; Dance Committees ; School Ring Committee 2 ; National 
Honor Society 2,3. 



CYNTHIA MACHADO 

"Will You Love Me Tomorrow" 

Cindy — "Oh, my goodness !"— likes nagging Charlie, double- 
dating — plans on marriage in July — seen with Charlie, Pat, 
Ellie, Ruth, Carol, and Cheryl — hopes to be wealthy and 
have a Ford — pet peeve : boys who like to show off in front 
of their girls. 

Activities: Pilgrim 1,3; Dance Committee 1,3; Junior Li- 
brarian 2 ; Fund Collector 2 ; Junior Prom Committee 2 ; 
S.A.S. ; Sports Club 3 ; Bank Teller. 



ELEANOR JANE MANFREDI 

"Please Help Me I'm Falling" 

Elli — "He's hunky!" — seen with Donnie, Pat, Roy, Dickie, 
Lorraine, Cheryl, Jean, Veronica, Susan and Cindy — seen at 
Harlow Farms — likes Donnie, pizza — dislikes anyone who nags 
— pet peeve : when someone brags and when Donnie's car 
won't start. 

Activities: Pilgrim 1; Dance Committees 1,2; Junior Li- 
brarian, Sports Club 3. 



SHARON JOSEPHINE MARSH 

"A Million to One" 

Little Sister — "Racie" — Likes R. B., black coffee, certain '56 
Merc, Mr. DeSisto — dislikes that long walk, being baby sister 
— seen with Van Twinkles, Ronnie, Debbie, Billy, Karen, Jean, 
Karen, and Judy — desires to marry a greasy mechanic — seen 
at Manomet, Gellar's motorcycle races- -pet peeve: Johnny F. 










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JOSEPH BARRY MATHIAS 

"Sleep" 

Barry — "Iz Zat So?" — likes pizza, submarine sandwich, and 
chourico sandwich — dislikes third period study, no coffee break 
at 10:00 — planr, on the Navy — seen with Ron, Dougie, Rich, 
Hex, Mike, Jim — secretly desires to live on a Pacific Island — 
seen at Scanlon's gas station — those corny remarks — Tee Dee's 
— "What A Leg!" — pet peeve: a lot of make-up — Big Flirt. 

Activities : Junior Prom General Committee 2 ; Dance Com- 
mittee 3. 



GEORGE ROBERT McGEE 

"Chain Gang" 

George — "Make it" — dislikes talkative girls — plans for Air 
Force — with Phil, Dave, Cary, Johnny, etc. — secretly desires 
to own a T-Bird — at Romano's Billiard Parlor — pet peeve: peo- 
ple that complain. 

Activities : Basketball 2, Football 1 ; Travel Club Secretary 
3 : Radio Club 3. 



DONNA IRENE McNARY 

"Theme from a Summer Place" 

Donna — "Really!" — likes fried clams, clothes and Dave — plans 
on Chandler Business School — seen with Pam, Nancy, Margo, 
David — dislikes getting up in the morning — wishes she had a 
red '61 T-Bird — seen at The Dairy Maid — pet peeve : no mail 
from him and long lunch lines with short recesses. 

Activities : Banker 1,2,3 ; Dance Committee 1,2,3 ; Pilgrim 
Staff 3. 



CLYDE JON MEDEIROS 

"April Love" 

Mondo — "Holy Mackrel !" — likes pizza, sports, and girls — dis- 
likes moody people and written homework — plans to go to col- 
lege — with Bob and DANA the SECRET — at dances, any place 
there is excitement — pet peeve : no hankerchief. 

Activities — Cross Country 3 ; Basketball 2,3 ; Track 2,3. 





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What do I do with all 
this stuff? 




He's in here some place. 




Posture Pete. 



MAXINE ALFONSINE MOSSEY 

"My Funny Valentine" 

Max — "Tell me another one" — likes dancing, those special eyes, 
jazz, pizza, day dream — crazy about clams, Stan Kenton, Fri- 
days, and Bob — dislikes being bothered and the distance be- 
tween Plymouth and Lowell — seen with Connie, Pat, Paula, 
Joanne and Carol — to manage that Beatnik Coffee House 
marriage and a family — pet peeve : inquisitive people. 



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Who did this? 




What homework ? 




New jacket, huh ' 




I did it backwards ! 




Where am I ? 




See that back there. 



ERNEST CHARLES MURRAY 

"My Heart Has a Mind of Its Own" 

Ernie — "Yeah, Man !" — like girls and cars — plans to become 
an automobile mechanic — desires to own a motorcycle — seen at 
Gellar's — pet peeve : women drivers and slow cars. 




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ARTHUR ANGELO NATALINI 

"You Mean Everything to Me" 

Art — "You fish" — likes money and food — dislikes getting up 
in the morning plans for the future to join the Navy — seen 
with Stan, Al, Horn, and Ron desires to be a millionaire — 
seen at the Rathole pet peeve: no radio in study. 



Activities: Band 1,2,3: Radio Club 1,2,3: Football 1,2,3: 
ball 1,2,3: Varsity Club 2,3. 



Base- 



CLAIRE LOUISE NICKERSON 

"Are You Lonesome Tonight" 

Claire — "In a minute" — likes pizza, roller skating and fried 
clams — plans to work after graduation — seen with Nancy, Mary, 
Linda, and Chris — secret desire is a secret — seen anywhere — 
pet peeve : 7th period study. 

Activities: Dance Committees 2: Volleyball 1. 



JANEWITE MARY O'NEIL 

"In the Still of the Night" 

Janie — "Woo !" — likes Fundamentals of Speech — dislikes wait- 
ing in line in the cafeteria — seen with Marlene, Noelle, Ruth- 
anne, Sandy, Chris, and the Van Twinkles — to record a million 
seller record — at Tassy's — pet peeve : fair weather friends — the 
Island. 

Activities: Girls Sports Club 3; Tennis Manager 2. 



DORIS ROSE OTTINO 

"Will You Love Me Tomorrow" 

Pickle — "Oh Swell !" — likes being Italian, 4 brothers — dislikes 
phoney people and the wind — future plans : B.C. or Springfield 
— seen with Kathy, Carole, Doris, Ellen — desires to visit Italy — 
seen at Tassy's — embarrassed when the Marine Sergeant tried 
to recruit her ! — "Poor Pickle !" 

Activities: S.A.S. 1; Office Assistant: Pilgrim Staff 1,2,3; 
Dance Committees 1,2,3; Junior Prom General Committee; Radio 
Club 2 ; Press Club 3 ; Fund Collector 1 ; Travel Club 1,2,3 : 
Library Staff 2 ; Basketball 2, 3 ; Field Hockey 1 ; Graduation 
Usher 2. 



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PATRICIA ANN PACHECO 

"Please Help Me I'm Falling" 

Pat — "So What ?" — likes 7th period study and buying clothes 
in Bernard's — dislikes getting up mornings, work, and home- 
lessons — plans? — with Sue, Cindy, Maxine, Bobbi-Ann, Barbie, 
Judy — desires to be principal of P.H.S. for one day — seen at 
Leland's — embarrassing moment : when her dress tore during 
a fire drill — pet peeve: people who can't mind their own busi- 
ness. 




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DORISMAE MARY PARKHURST 

"Since I Don't Have You" 

Doris — "For cryin' out loud!" — likes cars (TIKI), Italian food, 
sailors — dislikes short fingernails, short hair, and being thin — 
plans to go to business school — seen with Pat, Lynn, Mary, 
Janet, and Van Twinkles — secretly desires to live in Balti- 
more — seen in a car — with the BIG FOUR — pet peeve : teasing 
about her voice — Highway Menace. 

Activities: Biology Staff 1; Office Assistant 3; lOc-a-week col- 
lector 2,3 ; Pilgrim Staff 3 ; Special Typist 3 ; Biology Experi- 
menters 1 ; Dance Committees 2,3 ; Marching Girls 2,3 ; Softball 
1 ; Volleyball 1. 




Darling, how are you' 




NOELLE AUDREY PARSONS 

"Exodus" 

Parsnips — "I know, but !'■' — likes first recess, Mrs. Urann — 
dislikes gym, math tests, "Extra" English periods — to major in 
languages at Smith College — work for the State Department — 
seen with Ruthanne, Joni, Wendy, Mary, Marlene, Henry — 
wants to marry a millionaire — got caught sliding down the 
banister — seen at Tassy's — pet peeve : writing editorials. 

Activities : Press Club 2^3, Co-Editor 3 ; S.A.S. 3 ; National 
Honor Society 2,3 ; Pilgrim 1,2,3 ; Girls' Sports Club 3 ; Biology 
Experimentors 1; Dance Committees; Field Hockey 1,2,3: Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3 ; Tennis 1,2,3 ; Glee Club 1 ; Marching Girls 3 ; 
Graduation Usher 2. Honor Group. 



JEAN WHITING PATENAUDE 

"My Heart Has A Mind of Its Own" 

Joni — "I don't know ! I just don't know !" — likes Boot Pond, 
Mrs. Urann, Coach Sarson — dislikes eggs and egotists — career 
in science or journalism — to have five kids and travel — seen 
with Wendy, Bonnie, Sandy, Noelle, Donna, Ruthanne and 
Joyce — secret desire: to cruise around the world — seen at Boot 
Pond — pet peeve ; other moody people, alarm clocks. 

Activities : National Honor Society 2,3 ; S.A.S. 3 : Press Club 
2,3, Co-Editor 3: Pilgrim 2 ,3: lOc-a-week collector 1,2,3; Ex- 
perimental Biology 1 ; Science Seminar 2 ; Mass. State Science 
Fair 2; Tufts Citizenship Conference; Girls State; Marching 
Girls 1,2,3; Hockey 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Softball Manager 
2 ; Girls Sports Club 3 ; Honor Group. 



RONALD RICHARD PECK 

"Love You So" 

Pecky — "Want a crack in the head ?" — likes cars, food, girls, 
Bonnie — dislikes school and thinking — plans to settle down — 
seen with Kenny, Richie, Bob, Roy, Ron, Harry — secret desire 
is a secret — seen at Forefather's Gas Station — pet peeve : dirty 
hands. 

Activities: Cross Country 2; Band 1, 2; Basketball I. 




Oh for my island ! 




Please don't give me 
any more books ! 




Always smiling ! 



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CHARLES FRANCIS PETRELL 

"Twist" 

Stretch — "What's happening?" -dislikes English tests — secretly 
desires to own three convertible -seen with Emory, Dick, Roger, 
and Fred — seen at Jay's — pet peeve: Doris O.— rpastime: Sleep- 
ing — plans service for future. 



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You sneak ! 




Me Jane ! 




Do I smell gas ? 




"Tastes good like 
finger should." 




JACQUELINE MARIE PINNETTI 

"You Mean Everything To Me" 

Jackie — "Swingin !" — likes pizza, grapenut pudding, and foot- 
ball coaches — dislikes Tav's crazy telephone calls — plans to go 
to I.B.M. school — with Toni, Mikie and Linda — secret desire: 
not telling — at Gambini's and Betty's house — embarrassed when 
she fell in the mud in front of school — 5th period study. 

Activities: Bank Teller 1,2; Junior Prom Committee; Sopho- 
more Hop Committee ; Sports Club 3 ; Office Assistant 3 ; Radio 
Club 1 ; Class Colors Committee 3. 



DENNIS ANTHONY PIOPPI 

"A Thousand Miles Away" 

Den — "Listen !" — likes pizza, waterskiing, and pomegranates- 
dislikes writing essays — seen with Pete, Charlie, Richie, Fig, 
Mark, Bob, and Coomie — desires to go to Hawaii — Good Luck 
to ya ! — seen in any one of three cars — pet peeve : Being ignored. 

Activities: Ticket Seller 1,2,3; S.A.S. 2,3; Cross Country 2,3; 
Dance Committees 1,2,3 ; Chairman of Junior Prom Decoration 
Committee ; Travel Club 2,3 ; Senior Class Treasurer ; Pilgrim 
2, 3 ; Manager of Business Staff 3 ; Chairman of Junior Red 
Cross Drive 2 ; Student Government Day Representative 3 ; 
Honor Group 3 ; Varsity Club 3 ; Honor Society 3. 



BARBARA PHYLLIS POLICOW 



"Where Is My Angel?" 



Barbie — "Bull Pup !" — likes golf, sports, Dave, clothes and food 
— plans college — "Tomorrow" — seen with Karen, Cooky, Judy, 
Sue, Candy, Anne and Sally — desires to play on the Curtis 
Cup Team — at Smith's, Tassy's and P.C.C. — pet peeve : fuzzy 
weather. 

Activities : Travel Club 2,3 ; Lab Staff 1 ; Pilgrim Staff 2,3 ; 
Marching Girls 1,2,3 ; Sports Club 3 ; Field Hockey 1,2,3 ; Bas- 
ketball 1,2.3 ; Volleyball 1,3 ; Dance Committee 1,2,3 ; Graduation 
Usher 2. 



JOHN FRANCIS PRENTICE, JR. 

"Sleep" 

Jock — "Cut it out" — likes sports — dislikes work and seventh 
period study — plans on Navy — pet Peeve: long lunch lines at 
recess — with Butch, Dave, Woody and Greg — desires to own a 
fast car — seen at the movies, bowling alley and around Chil- 
tonville. 






That sly look. 



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VERONICA LOUISE QUINTAL 

"Pledging My Love" 

Barbie — "Don't be comical, Dottie." — likes driving a '58 Chevy, 
pizza, linquica and coke — dislikes those certain 100 word para- 
graphs — with Dottie, Carol, Dottie V., Kathy, Eleanor and 
Pat — seen at Balboni's and girls' locker room — embarrassed 
when she fell down a flight of stairs — pet peeve : that empha- 
tic NO ! when I ask for the car. 

Activities: S.A.S. 2; Basketball 1,3; Softball 1,2,3; Hockey 
Manager 3 ; Game Manager 2 ; Fund Raising Committee 3. 



DAVID LESTER RAYMOND 

"Barbara" 

Dave — "Hey, Dummy" — likes eating and sports — dislikes wind 
sprints and English tests — plans the service — with Barbie, 
Roger, Steve, Ken, Unitas, Mike and Ra — would like to score 
a touchdown — at the Rat Hole — pet peeve : living in Manomet. 

Activities: Football 1,2,3; Baseball 1; Varsity Club 1,2,3; 
Travel Club 2,3 ; Treasurer of Travel Club 3 ; Graduation 
Usher 2. 




Must be a short circuit. 




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This English is Greek 
to me ! 




ROLAND ROBERT RANDALL 

"Someone" 

Hex — "What's Happenin ?" — likes Ann and food — seen at Mc- 
Lellans — plans to go to school — with Bobby, Denny, Al and 
Ann — to graduate with honors — at Seaside or the hill — pet 
peeve : English tests. 

Activities: Basketball 1. 



DOROTHY MARIE REGGIANI 

"Irresistible You" 

Dottie — "Don't get smart, Veronica." — seen with Veronica, 
Carol, and Dottie — likes French fries, pizza — dislikes that third 
period study and homework — after graduation : Hair Dressing 
School or marriage — she's seen in the junior corridor or at 
Tedeschi's — pet peeve: people who listen in on telephone con- 
versations. 



RICHARD LEWIS REPOSA 

"A Thousand Stars" 

RaRa — "How's the boy?"— pet peeve: Coach DeSisto's sum- 
mer workouts — likes pizza and hot apple pie — plans Forestry 
Dept. work — seen at Rat Hole with Roger, Steve, and Dave — 
secretly desires to have a place to get free pizza the rest of 
his life. 

Activities : Football 2,3 ; Track 2,3 : lOc-a-week Collector 2,3 



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I happen to like stand- 
ing up. 




Put up your dukes ! 




What was that boom ? 




Sonny, your glasses 
aren't under my desk. 




Familiar pair. 




Don't make me laugh ! 




Now, What was I doing? 




I'b godda code. 



DAVID RICHARDSON, JR. 

"That's My Desire" 

Dave — "Tis" — likes B.B. (not Brigette) — dislikes people with 
red hair — college? — seen anywhere from Buttner's to Dux bury 
with Fingers, Cary, Freddy, and Bonnie — secret desire: to move 
Duxbury monument to his backyard — pet peeve : those B minuses 
in English. 

Activities: Band 1,2,3: Travel Club 2,3; Pilgrim Staff 3. 




SUSAN HELEN ROGERS 

"Twilight Time" 

Sue — "What did I do. Miss Jacques?" — likes Coomie, Volks- 
wagens and food — dislikes dentists — headed for teacher's college — 
"Tomorrow" — seen with Candy, Bonnie, Anne, Cooky, Mary, 
Karen, Barbie, Janet and Pat — secret desire: to own horses — 
seen any place Coomie is — pet peeve: French. 

Activities: Marching Girls 1,2,3; Field Hockey 2; Basketball 
1,2,3 ; Dance Committees 1,2,3 ; Pilgrim Staff 2,3 ; Travel Club 
2,3 ; Junior Prom Committee 2 ; Graduation Usher 2. 



THOMASINA PATRICIA ANN RONCARATI 

"Wanted" 

Tomi — "I'm quitting school today, and I mean it this time!" — 
seen with Linda, Jackie, Barb, Mikie, Dottie, Anita and Tav — 
dislikes boys who read her notes — future plans : marriage — 
secret desire: to have six little ones — seen at Betty's house or 
wherever Tav is — pet peeve: Linda, Mikie, Jackie. 

Activities : Marching Girls 2,3 ; Pilgrim Staff 2 : Junior Prom 
Committee : Dance Committees. 




CAROL MARIE ROULIAS 

"Dreaming" 

Carol — "Well, I'll be!" — she dislikes people who whisper and 
lie — future plans ; to become a secretary — seen with Gretche?i, 
Kathy, Pat, Eleanor, and Cheryl — secret desire : to take a trip 
to Rome — seen at Jay's. 

Activities: Bank Teller 1,2. 




NANCY MAY ROWELL 

"To Each His Own" 

Nan — "How about that !" — likes recess, bowling, and working 
at the hospital — dislikes homework — headed for nursing school 
— seen with Bonnie, Pam, Donna, Helen, Nancy, and Bob — 
secret desire: to sail around the world — seen working at Jordan 
Hospital — pet peeve : short recesses and nosey people. 

Activities : Dance Committees 1,2. 



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ELIZABETH ANN SAMPSON 

"Run Sampson Run" 

Betty — "And then some" — likes listening to the radio, watch- 
ing T.V. and football games— dislikes fresh kids — future plans : 
college — she's seen with Mary, Lois, Gretchen, and Claire — 
seen at Woolworth's and in town. 



MARY MARGARET SAMPSON 

"Sleep" 

Mary — "That's Right !" — likes football games, but dislikes gym 
classes — plans to go to Salvation Army Training College — seen 
with Lois, Connie, Margie, and Betty — secret desire: to set off 
one of the school's fire alarm boxes. 



ALBERT EDWARD SAUNDERS 

"Sentimental Journey" 

Al — "Merry Christmas" — motor scooters and music — dislikes 
motorcycles — going to study business management — seen at 
Lodge and Duxbury High — with Greg, Butch, Bill, Lenny, Jock, 
Dave, and big cars — pet peeve : motorcycle pests. 

Activities : Football 1 ; Track 1 ; Banking 3 ; S.A.S. Repre- 
sentative 3 ; Band 2,3 ; Radio Club 2 ; Speech Play 1. 



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This dictionary's fas- 
cinating. 




I'm just waiting for a 
T.V. dinner. 




Oh ! My stomach. 




PATRICIA ANN SAVARD 

"Just A Dream" 

Pat — "What's That?" — dislikes fast driving — seen with Jean, 
Cheryl, Eleanor, Sue, and Cindy — seen at Cindy's — got caught 
in the boy's locker room — secret desire: to marry a millionaire! 

Activities : Dance Committees. 



CAROL ANN SCHNEIDER 

"In The Still of the Night" 

Carol — "That's the way it goes" — likes pizza, French fries, 
football games, and Al — marriage in her future — seen with 
Dottie, Veronica, Dottie, and Al — secret desire: to take a 
trip around the world — seen in the office, Balboni's or on 
Main Street — pet peeve: Dottie's gum chewing. 

Activities: Gift Committee 3; Cashier 1,3; Photography Staff 
3 ; Librarian 2 ; Office Assistant 3 : Honor Group 3. 




Heard the latest? 




Ah, here it is — Schnei- 
der. 



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If I could only keep 
my eyes open. 




My goldfish died ! 




Take tea and see ! 




Thank goodness this day 
is over ! 




Why didn't someone tell 
me it was on ! 



WENDY ANN SEARS 

"Climb Every Mountain" 

Wendy — "Oh, brother !" — likes hockey, Mr. Tavernelli, and 
biology — dislikes College Math tests — future plans : Bridgewater 
— seen with Joni, Noelle, and Ruthanne — she'd love to sail lei- 
surely around the world — seen working in Currier's — embar- 
rassing moment : that certain hockey game ! 

Activities: Hockey 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Softball Manager 2,3; 
Marching Girls 2 ; Pilgrim Sports Editor 3 ; Treasurer of Na- 
tional Honor Society, Radio Club 2 ; Science Seminar ; Honor 
Group 3. 




CHRISTINE EDITH SHAW 

"Tonight Tonight" 

Chris— "Oh, well !" — likes food and boys — dislikes straight hair 
and being called "Bleach" — Comptometer School and marriage 
— seen at Buttner's with Janet, Judy, and Dotty and the gang 
— pet peeve: being teased — that chair in biology. 

Activities: Marching Gir]s_ 1,2,3; Librarian 2; Bank Teller 3; 
Dance Committee 1,2,3 ; Pilgrim Staff 2,3. 



SANDRA LINCOLN SHAW 

"Will You Love Me Tomorrow" 

Sandie — likes Italian food, school, and blonde hair — dislikes 
middle name — college plans — seen with Dottie, Ruthanne, Nancy, 
and Ann — can be found at Jabez Corner and father's office — 
pet peeve : two younger brothers. 




GRETCHEN ELAINE SHERMAN 

"Now or Never" 

Gretch — "That bugs me !" — likes food — dislikes homework — a 
Marine Corps girl? — seen at Taunton with Sharon, Dotty. 
Betty and Carol — secret desire : to be a general — pet peeve : 
shoes. 

Activities : Class Color Committee 3. 




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CAROLE ANN SILVA 

"Will You Love Me Tomorrow" 

Kar — "Big deal !" — likes pizza, ice cream, and shy boys — dis- 
likes people who talk too much about nothing — wants to go to 
business school — seen with Mickey, Diane, Donna, Betty, and 
Brenda's at Gambini's — secret desire: get driving license be- 
fore graduation — pet peeve : stuck up people. 

Activities : Softball 1,2 ; S.A.S. 2 ; Basketball 2,3 ; Dance Com- 
mittees 1,2 ; Librarian 2 ; Sports Club 3 ; Pilgrim Staff 3. 




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CONSTANCE VERONICA SILVIA 

"Emotions" 

Connie — "Yup I" — seen with Jo-Jo, Paula, Carol, and Mouse — 
secret desire: to go to Hawaii — seen at Woolworth's and the 
Bowling Alley — pet peeve: being called "Shorty" — most em- 
barrassing moment : when someone came into Home Arts when 
she wasn't expecting him. 

Activities: Glee Club 1; Dance Committees 1,2,3. 




I can do it with my eyes 
shut! 







FRANCIS VINCENT SILVIA 

"Irresistible You" 

Frank — "Tough Luck !" — likes food — dislikes work — service 
bound — seen with Danny. Cliff, and Smitty— secret desire: own 
best rod in Plymouth — seen at Gellar's — pet peeve: Shot rods. 




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Let me see now, where's 
North America ? 



WINNIFRED MAE SMITH 

"Theme From a Summer Place" 

Winnie — "You know" — likes art classes and drawing — plans to 
work at Plymouth County Electric Co. — seen with Helen — very 
quiet. 

Activities : Bank Teller 1,2 ; Pilgrim Staff 3 ; Honor Group 3 ; 
Dance Committee 3 ; Co-Editor for Art Staff 3. 




Wait till Mrs. Brown 
sees this. 



PATRICIA ELLEN SOUZA 

"Tonight Tonight" 

Pat — "Oh, that gets me so mad !" — likes food, R.S., and 
dancing — dislikes homelessons and those hard English tests — 
plans : business school — seen with Lynn, Mary, Sue, Doris, 
Janet, Cooky, and Van Twinkles — secret desire: be able to 
drive "Vibrosis" — seen where the Big Four are — pet peeve : 
being thin — that S.A.S. Assembly — "Most Friendly." 

Activities: Marching Girls 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Dance Com- 
mittees 1,2,3 ; S.A.S. 1,2,3 ; Office Assistant 1,2,3 ; Fund Col- 
lector 1,2,3; Bank Teller 2; Softball 1; Librarian 2; Special 
Typist 2,3 ; Graduation Usher 2 ; Volleyball 1 ; Pilgrim Staff 
3 ; Editor Statistics Staff 3 ; Chairman Senior Day. 



STEPHEN JAMES SOUZA 

"In The Still of The Night" 

Steve — "Hey, Huh !" — likes pizza, pool, and girls — dislikes quiet 
study halls — future in the Navy ?— seen with Roger, Dave, Mike. 
Jim, Dougie, and Ra Ra — secret desire : join the four touch- 
down club — seen at the Rat Hole — pet peeve: talkative girls. 

Activities: Football 1,2,3; Varsity Club 2,3; Track 2,3. 




Not my Richard ! 




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I'm getting ready for a 
snowball fight. 



RUTHANNE STANIUNAS 

"On the Street Where You Live" 

"Follow that car" — likes Mrs. Urann, 33, playing goalie, bub- 
blegum — dislikes Captain Kangaroo and the second lunch rush 
— future teacher — seen with Wendy, Noelle, Sandy, Nancy, and 
Mary — secret desire : get an A in Algebra — seen at Leland's. 



Activities : Librarian 2 ; Field Hockey 2,3 ; Radio Club 3 ; 
vel Club 2,3 ; Sports Club 3. 



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DOROTHY RONA STERN 

"A Certain Smile" 

Dotty — "Mungi" — Cooky — likes ice cream, pretty sweaters, a 
certain fellow, Mr. Sarson — dislikes being called Dotto or Ditto 
— seen with Cooky, Karen, Janet, Barbie, Chris, and the crowd — 
seen at Smith's or at Tassys — secret desire: to be taller — plans 
to go to a junior college. 

Activities: Marching Girls 1,2,3: Pilgrim Staff 1,2,3; Softball 
Manager 1 ; Hockey Manager 2 ; Volleyball 1 : Glee Club 1 ; 
Bank Teller 1,2 : lOc-a-week 1,2,3 ; Dance Committees, Travel 
Club 1,2,3; Jr. Red Cross 2,3. 








Surry with the fringe. 




Hey, where's my arm ! 




Man with the green 
thumb. 



SANDILEE SURREY 

"To Know Him Is to Love Him" 

Sandy — "Oh, Grub" likes pizza, boys — dislikes homework and 
grouchy people — college bound — seen at Tassy's with Mary, 
Sally, Bonnie, Judy, Pat, and Joyce — pet peeve : People who 
don't put their convertible top down. 



Activities : Glee Club 1 ; Travel Club 2 ; 
Ball 1 ; Basketball Manager 3. 



Press Club 3 ; Volley 



RICHARD CURTIS SWIFT 

"Poetry In Motion" 

Swifty — "I'll Never Tell !" — likes North Plymouth girls (one in 
particular D.C.) — dislikes snobby girls who are good looking — 
plans to be an Air Force pilot — seen with Dotty, Butch, Fub, 
Clarkie, Erik, and North Plymouth girls — desire to own a '60 
Thunderbird and be Don Juan II — seen at Bruno's Texaco 
Station. 



JAMES ALBERT TADDIA 

"Misty" 

Big Jim — "Move it or lose it !" — likes pizza, boats and guns — 
dislikes lOc-a-week Collectors who can't count — plans : U. S. 
Merchant Marines — seen with Ronny, Mike, and Pete — desires 
to be rich and own an ocean racing schooner — seen at Tedes- 
chi's. 

Activities : lOc-a-week Collector 2,3 ; Ticket Seller 1,2,3 ; Ex- 
perimental Biology 1 ; Biology Science Seminar ; Radio Club 
2,3 ; Biolgoy Lab Assistant. 









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NANCY ANN TADDIA 
"My Happiness" 

Nan — "Where's my wallet?" — likes fried clams, vanilla frappes, 
ice skating — dislikes moody boys — future plans : to be a typist 
— seen with Pat, Carrie, Vern, Claire, and Diane — secret de- 
sire : top Pat in bowling once — seen at bowling alley in Mid- 
dleboro — pet peeve : getting up in the morning. 

Activities: Ticket Collector 1; Tennis 1; Glee Club 1. 




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CAROL ANN TERRY 

"In the Still of the Night" 

Terror — "How 'bout that" — likes a certain someone on Murray 
Street — dislikes getting up in the morning, school — seen with 
Joanne, Connie, Shirley, Paula, Pat, Aggie, and Billy — de- 
sires to own a '59 baby blue convertible — seen at Billy's or 
Jeanne's, Woolworths, or bowling — pet peeve: when "Maz" 
doesn't show up on time — To marry a certain someone. 




Why doesn't someone 
kill it? 



PAULA DIANE TINTI 

"Wait" 

Paula — "I give up, what?" — likes a certain someone in King- 
ston, to eat — dislikes getting up in the morning, school — seen 
with Joanne, Connie, Carol, Pat, Aggie, Barry — secret desire — 
to own a '58 Cadillac convertible — to be taller — seen at Wool- 
worths and Bowling Alley — pet peeve : boys who don't show 
up on time. 

Activities : lOc-a-week Collector 2,3 ; Volleyball 1 ; Red Cross 1 ; 
Glee Club 1. 




The main dish. 



DAVID THOMAS TONG 

"Chain Gang" 

Dave — "Hey, man" — likes basketball, girls, pizza — dislikes 4th 
period study — plans Air Force — seen with Ron, Dave, Pete, 
and Jim — secret desire: to sail around the world — pet peeve: 
homework. 

Activities: Band 1,2,3; Dance Committees 1,2,3. 




This must be the place. 






DOUGLAS GEORGE TORRANCE 

"All the Way" 

I Doug — "Yah" — likes pizza and homeroom with Miss Boucher — 

I dislikes study period 2, the morning after the night before, 

sloppy girls and homework — plans : Navy — seen with Roger, 

Jim, Ron, Dave, Brother, Bob, and Rich — secret desire: not to 

get caught — pet peeve : Oh ! those ulcers — seen at Gulf Twins. 

Activities: S.A.S. 1; Dance Committees 1,2,3. 




This locker looks inter- 
esting. 




LINDA MARY TORRENCE 

"Tonight's the Night" 

Linda — "witches" — "Don't ya know?" — likes eating — plans hair- 
dressing — seen with Tomi, Jackie, Mikie, Barb, Judi, Karen, 
and Karen, Dickie — desires to own a 1961 Lincoln convertible — 
seen everywhere — pet peeve : people who lie. 

Activities : Dance Committees. 



Get off my back ! 





Sorry, we don't take 
Confederate nickels. 



BONNIE TUCKER TRASK 

"Will You Love Me Tomorrow" 

Bon — "Like hi, good buddy !" — likes horses, clothes, lots of 
mail, one male, and food — dislikes getting up early in the 
morning — seen with Marie, Dottie, Carol, and the Van Twink- 
les — desires to marry a certain person — seen at the office, 
home with the kids, or in a blue '50 Ford — embarrassing mo- 
ment: when she got caught in waste basket with Mrs. Swartz's 
Thermos — pet peeve: boys who want to know what you're 
thinkin'. 

Activities: S.A.S. 1,2; Marching Girls 2,3; Press Club 3; Pil- 
grim Staff 3 ; Cashier 3 ; Honor Group 3. 





Quick ! To the bomb 
shelter ! 



ROGER JOSEPH TRAVASSOS 

"Shop Around" 

Rog — "Hey ! Whatcha mean ?" — you talk too much ! — likes 
Saturday nights — dislikes getting up next day — plans Army or 
Air Force — with Steve, Unitas, RaRa, Fig, Dave, and the gang 
— desires to make a touchdown — see at the Rat Hole — pet peeve : 
football practice. 




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Activities: Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; 
Club 2,3. 



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Save that seat ! 




CARMEN MARIE VALENZIANO 

"Poetry In Motion" 

Carmie — "C'mon let's go!" — likes English class and American 
History — dislikes Dougie's teasing in homeroom — plans secre- 
tarial school — with Diane, Winnie, Nancy, Dianne — secret de- 
sire: to meet Neil, Buddy, Jimmy, and Johnny — pet peeve: 
younger brother, long detail tests. 

Activities : lOc-a-week 1,2,3 ; Librarian 2 ; Glee Club 1 ; Press 
Club 2 ; Bank Teller 3 ; Pilgrim 3 ; Honor Group 3. 



Once a day have Camp 
bell's. 



MARIE CYNTHIA VAUGHAN 

"My Happiness 

Ree — "Like hi, good buddy !" — likes short boys with curly hair, 
pizza, vanilla frappes — dislikes fickle boys — plans : Nursing at 
Hyannis — seen with Bon, Marge, and the Van Twinkles — secret 
desire: to see everyone go barefoot like somebody else — pet 
peeve: waiting. 




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RICHARD A. VENTURI 

"He" 

Van — "Dog eat dog!" — dislikes people who act like something 
they aren't — his future plans are to attend accounting or busi- 
ness school — seen with Frank, John, Bill, and Ken — desires to 
become a professional golfer like Ken Venturi — seen at North 
Plymouth Bowling Alley or Rat Hole. 




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DOROTHY VIEIRA 

"Exodus" 

Dottie — "Hey, Comadre!" — likes pizza, football games, Mr. 
Holmes — dislikes: can't think of any — plans to work — with 
Carol, Dottie, Bonnie, Veronica — desires to travel — seen at 
Sheehan's — unintentionally gave a teacher a melted ice-cream 



Activities : Librarian 2 ; Cashier 3 ; Office Assistant 3 
Features 3 ; Honor Group 3 ; Honor Society 3. 



Senior 



STEVEN ERNEST VIERA 

"Pretty Blue Eyes" 

Stevo — "I'm broke too!" — seen with Henry, Bob, Stan, Al, 
Steve, George — likes small parties, bowling, swimming, riding 
in the Ford, and surprises — desires to find that South Sea 
Island with a certain greenfield — headed for Navy Corpman's 
School — seen in Jordan Hospital or in Manomet — embarrassing 
moment: "Admiral Holmes Incident" — pet peeve: French class. 



ALBERT GUNNAR WALLANDER 

"Don't You Just Know It" 

Al — "Don't sweat it!" — likes bowling and drive-in-movies — 
headed for the Army — seen with Dennis and Bruce — can be 
found with eang at Peter Pan's. 




And I thought I was 
going to get away with 
it. 




My, what interesting 
gossip ! 




Hey ! What's in the test 
tube? 




Did you see that ? 



WILLIAM JOSEPH WATTS JR. 

"Garb of Old Gaul" 

Bill — "Christmas!" — likes martial music, British military his- 
tory, working at Mayflower — dislikes Rock n' Roll, idleness and 
cheating — seen with Den, Bruce, and Stan — plans U. of Pitts- 
burgh and Law School — desires to serve as officer in Naval 
Intelligence — pet peeve : New York Yankees. 

Activities : Honor Group 3. 




I'm glad that's over 




The hard way to get a 
drink. 




I'm writing the Gettys- 
burg address, all right. 




He's all mine ! 




Who me? 




JAMES MILTON WEEKS 

"A Thousand Miles Away" 

Jim — "No, You" — likes rhythm and blues — dislikes working — 
headed for the Navy — seen with Bruce, Don, and Bill — secretly 
desires to own a hot corvette — seen at Gellar's. 



WESTON COOMER WHITING 

"Twilight Time" 

Coomie — "What's the homelesson?" — likes parties and sports — 
dislikes French — seen with Sue, Charlie, Paul, Bob, Barry, 
Zeke, Dennis — secret desire : to have seven day weekends — 
headed for college — seen at Royal Stret or P.R.T. 

Activities : Basketball 1,2,3 ; Baseball 1 ; Track 2,3 ; Cross Coun- 
try 2,3; Band 1,2,3; lOc-a-week 1,2; Class Officer 1,2; Student 
Government Exchange ; Dance Committees ; Travel Club. 




JUDITH COFFIN WILD 

"Wonderland By Night" 

Judy — "Hey, Man !" — likes horses, hunting, sports, lobsters — 

plans on college — seen with Sally, Joyce, Bonnie, Sandi, Pat, 

and Sunday — secret desire ; to be in the Olympics, seen at 
Mason's, ERBC. 

Activities: S.A.S. 3; Jr. Librarian 2; Dance Committee 1,2,3; 
Glee Club 1 ; Hockey 1,2,3 ; Basketball 1,2,3 ; Softball 1,2 ; Bank 
Teller 3 ; Girls' Sports Club. 



JANET ARLENE WILLIS 

"Once In A While" 

Chubby — "Maybe hum" — likes P.H.S. football team, food, Mr. 
Sarson — plans Chamberlain Jr. College; with Pat, Mary, Chris, 
Lynda, Linda W., Linda D., Ginny, Doris — embarrassing mo- 
ment: falling in the waste basket in study hall — pet peeve: 
Dougie. 

Activities : Cheerleader 2,3 ; S.A.S. 3 ; Jr. Librarian 2 ; Dance 
Committee 1,2,3; Glee Club 1; Hockey 1,2; Softball 1,2; Bank 
Teller 3 ; Girls' Sports Club 3. 



You photographers just 
don't give up, do you ? 



CAROL JOY WILSON 

"Look For A Star" 

Carol — "Go-o-o-D" — likes Larry and getting letters from Jack- 
sonville — dislikes waiting for people — plans to go back to the 
"Rebels" and become a model — lots of luck to you pretty one — 
with Linda D., Charlene, and Jean Witz — desires to own a 
car — any car. 

Activities : Glee Club ; Girls Sports Club 3 ; Van Twinkle mem- 
ber. 



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LINDA WINSLOW 

"One in a Million" 

Lin — "You are too much !"• — likes people who are on time and 
dislikes people who are always late — plans retailing college — 
T-Bird — seen with Ginny, Lynda, Janet, Bonnie, Sandy, Cooky 
— desires to own a Fury — at no special places — embarrasing 
moment: when I fell on the runway while modeling. 




Your homework's ready, 
Dave. 



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FRANK DANIEL ZITO 

"He" 

Zito — "Hey! fat boy!" — likes fishing, playing cards, and math 
— seen with Richard, Dave, Alton, and Paul — plans to go to 
accountant school — secret desire to be the best accountant in 
the United States — seen at the Reliable Fish Company — most 
embarrassing moment was breaking a desk in 103 ! 

Activities : Bank Teller 1 ; Ticket Collector 1 ; Honor Group 3. 



HENRY JOSEPH ZUCCHI 

"Theme From a Summer Place" 

Skip — "Don't count on it !" — likes a certain student nurse at 
Brockton Hospital — future plans to join the U. S. Navy — seen 
with Steve, Pam, Eddie, Nick, "Mother Abby" and Donivee — 
would love to be the richest admiral in the Navy — seen at 
Monomet Youth Club or Drive-In — pet peeve: French class. 



SALLY CLARK 

"A Thousand Stars in the Sky' 

Bruiser — "I'm really glad!" — Sally can be seen at the ERBC, 
in the gym, or on Stormy — likes people who like animals and 
sports — seen with Ronny, Judy, Joyce, Sandy, Bonnie, Pat — pet 
peeve : aggressive girls. 

Activities: Basketball 1X3; Hockey 1,2,3; Softball 1,2,3; Ten- 
nis 2; Volleyball 1; Marching Girls 1,2,3; Dance Committees 
1,2,3 ; lOc-a-week Collector 1,2,3 : Bank Teller 3 ; S.A.S. Alter- 
nate 3 ; Pilgrim Staff 3 ; Travel Club 2 ; Sports Club 3. 



MARK GEOFFREY KAPLOW 

"Charlie Brown" 

Zeke — "I don't know !" — likes golf, getting good marks, danc- 
ing and eating — dislikes losing bets and studying — future plans: 
college or the service — seen with Den, Charlie, Paul, Coomie. 
Jimmy and Greg — secretly desires to become an outstanding 
golfer — seen at the golf links — Oh ! the day the chalk dust went 
flying — pet peeve : homelessons. 



Activities: Track 2,3; Cross Country 3; 
Staff 2,3 ; Dance Committees 1,2,3. 



Travel Club 2,3 ; Pilgrim 




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pound makes ! 




Did you pack all the 
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CLASS POEM 

The Challenge 

In those like us a nation's future rests ; 

We hold the key which can unlock 

The boundless energies of youth 

To help release from darkness 

The peoples of a troubled world. 

Our time is torn by the 

Tensions of conflicting thought, 

Is ever searching for this youthful force ; 

And we, the restless, born in war-torn years, 

Must now step forward with resolve. 

We must insure a nation safe 

From senseless strife in times to come. 

Our scientists have opened doors which lead 

On obscure paths to unknown goals ; 

Ours the task through human kindness 

To help all men stand straight and tall, 

Resist a force which well could hurl 

Our world into eternal darkness. 

Confronts us still the challenge. 

Our forbears truly tried and tired ; 

Now we must show that we still have 

Within our hearts the self-same fire 

That built from wilderness our mighty land 

And fought to keep it free. 

In Freedom's hour of greatest danger 

We must be her staunch defenders. 

Jean Patenaude 



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We never really did believe that time 
flies; and yet the class of 1961 is already 
turning- the last page in its book of memo- 
ries of Plymouth High School. The hard 
work, the fun, the sadness, and the joy we 
have all shared for the most carefree three 
years of our lives is drawing to an end. 

The first pages were written in the fall 
of 1958 by a large class of awed and eager 
sophomores. There were so many new activi- 
ties to join and things to do in high school: 
The ten-cent-a-week plan had hardly begun 
when we received the first of its many priv- 
ileges — free attendance at home football 
games. Belonging to a school-wide organiza- 
tion was a different and pleasant experience, 
especially since the football team was enjoy- 
ing an exceptional season. Everyone was in 
high spirits the night of the huge Silver Lake 
game pep rally ; on a brisk, sunny Thanks- 
giving morning we downed the Lakers 28-14. 
Since we had long wanted to take part in 
student government, the S.A.S. was heartily 
welcomed ; contributing to the project 
brought the realization that now we really 
belonged in P.H.S. In late winter, when we 
witnessed the Honor Society inductions for 
the first time, we hoped that the next year 
we might be considered also. Our own first 
dance, the Sophomore Hop, on April 3, 1959, 
was a tremendous success and marked our 
beginning as a class. Other memories fill the 
pages: the bombscares, our basketball team 
playing at Boston Garden,, and the seniors' 
graduation when the second chapter of our 
book began. 

Suddenly we were juniors, the core of the 
school; for juniors are neither top leaders 
nor wide-eyed followers, but members in 
good standing. We joined more activities, 



held some offices, and worked much harder. 
Our football team was young and inexperi- 
enced in the fall of 1959, but we won our 
game with the Lakers ; and our basketball 
team stood second in the league. This year 
some of us did become members of the Na- 
tional Honor Society, an event which was 
surpassed in excitement only by our long- 
awaited Jr. Prom. "Magic Moments" was the 
most wonderful and successful dance we 
have ever held. Graduation this time had a 
hint of sadness, for we lost not only some 
very close friends, but two teachers as well, 
with the retirement of Mrs. Gardner and 
Mr. Pyle. 

Now, for a last, brief section of the book, 
we are seniors; everything we do is a "last 
time" event, to be remembered always. Those 
inexperienced juniors have turned out to be 
our best football team since 1930, and we are 
proud of the fact that we lost only one game. 
We had another bomb scare in January, but 
by that time we were seasoned veterans of 
such calamities. After a winter of exciting 
basketball with an equally exciting team 
(yes, even Silver Lake), we look forward to 
graduation with mixed feelings of happiness 
and regret. In the meantime, the Kiwanis 
Club is sponsoring a fun-filled trip to New 
York for eleven senior members of the 
National Honor Society, with a visit to the 
United Nations as the highlight of the trip. 

Finally, "the moving hand writes, and 
having writ, passes on" — we have reached 
the end of our book. The pages are filled, 
and we must go our separate ways. Behind 
us lies a time that is uniquely ours and 
never to be repeated. With us are memories, 
written forever on the pages of our hearts! 

Noelle Parsons '61' 



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SENIOR CLASS WILL 

We, the graduating class of 1961, being of sound mind and body, do 
hereby submit our last will and testament on this day, the fifteenth of 
June, nineteen hundred and sixty-one. 



To Mr. Lawrence Bongiovanni : a bottle of 
aspirin for the headaches we have given 
him. 

To Miss Iris Alhertini: one full-size guil- 
lotine for classroom demonstrations. 

To Mrs. Lena Allaire: one kangaroo to 
demonstrate the bounce-pass. 

To Miss Beatrice Arthur: a stopwatch to 
time study Jiall conversations. 

To Mrs. Helen Bagnell: Dorothy Kilgallen 
to write up her S.A.S. news. 

To Mr. David Barlow: a year's supply of 
annual rings. 

To Miss Phyllis Boucher: a zero for the 
day. 

To Mrs. Margaret Brown: a shipment of 
invisible paint. 

To Mr. Edwin Calvin: a map to help him 
guide the seniors. 

To Mr. Louis Cappanari: one straight line 
to add to his curve collection. 

To Mr. Henry Cryer: one thousand feet 
of string to tie around the fingers of boys 
who forget gym equipment. 

To Mr. Joseph DeSisto: an ejection seat 
for the right hand side of the Driver Train- 
ing car. 

To Miss Anita Drisko : a ball and chain for 
Pat Pimental. 

To Miss Marilyn Griffith: one thousand 
individually wrapped filing cards. 

To Miss Helen Johnson: a megaphone for 
her typing classes. 

To Miss Phyllis Johnson: a life-size pic- 
ture of Sigmund Freud for her psychology 
class. 



To Miss Nellie Locklin: a reasonable 
facsimile thereof. 

To Mr. John Pacheco : the band's very best 
rendition of No. 22 and "Notre Dame". 

To Mr. John Packard i a collapsible plane 
to put in his Volkswagen. 

To Mrs. Jean Patenaude: a window for 
her office. 

To Mr. Russell Randall : a starting position 
as right guard for the Celtics. 

To Mrs. Miriam Raymond: a blue and 
white thermos bottle. 

To Mr. Harold Rogers: one radar-guided 

basketball. 

To Mr. Mario Romano: twenty bottles of 
Windex for the trophy case windows. 

To Mr. John Sarson: Ra-Ra Reposa's red 
football pants. 

To Miss Sheila Sullivan: a green gym 
jumper to replace the maroon one. 

To Mrs. Leona Swartz: a school dismissal 
at 1:55 to eliminate the last minute rush. 

To Mr. Roland Holmes: a supercharged 
Lincoln engine for his Morris. 

To Miss Jeanette Jacques: the real iden- 
tity of the Emily Post of France. 

To Mr. Walter Jansen: a modified Volks- 
wagen to enter at Le Mans. 

To Mr. John Tavernelli: one purple toga. 

To Mrs. Marian Whiting: a pneumatic 
tube. 

To the class of '62 : we affectionately leave 
the senior corridor. 

To the class of '63: we leave two more 
years of the best kind of fun . . . work! 



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SENIOR LITERARY 



The Charm of Good Fortune 



In an old cabin on a wooded slope of a mountain- 
side, there lived a poor family of seven — a man, 
his jaded wife, and their five children. 

Money was scarce, and the man was out of work. 
The disheartened woman had given up all hope 
and had even ceased to keep house. She lay on her 
bed all day, complaining of a headache, while the 
house went uncleaned, and the children went dirty 
and hungry. The husband, completely discouraged 
by the lack of concern his wife showed toward 
his home, resorted to drinking. 

One hot, sunny morning a peddler encountered 
this ramshackle home and stopped for a refreshing 
drink of cold water. Upon seeing the spiritless 
woman, the peddler decided to help her. 

"Tell you what I'll do. For the water you give 
me, I'll give you a charm — a magic charm. This 
charm will help to bring you good fortunes. 
I don't need it anymore; my fortunes have come," 
he explained, pointing to his wagon of worthless 
goods. 

As the peddler left, the old woman, with her 



magic charm in her hand, turned and noticed the 
deteriorated condition of her home and her children 
for the first time. She at once proceeded to remedy 
this situation — she cleaned the cabin, the children, 
and herself. And as the end of the day approached, 
she set out from her freshly cleaned cabin to meet 
her husband. She was wearing her best frock; and 
she walked with a light heart and step, for good 
fortune was on its way — the magic had promised it. 

She met her husband, who was discouraged by 
another day of futile search for work; and she im- 
mediately urged him to try just once more to fill 
a job vacancy she had heard of that very morning. 
Encouraged by his wife, who knew it must be the 
promised good fortune, the man secured his job. 

After tucking the children into their clean beds 
that evening, the woman discovered her magic 
charm was gone. She had lost it. But she had not 
told her husband about it, and she did not intend 
to; for the magic charm had brought what the 
peddler promised — the renascent woman would nev- 
er need it again. 

Helen Janson, '61 



Tomorrow's Freedom 



"Every bondman in his own hand bears the power 
to cancel his captivity," spoke Casca to Cassius. 
And so it is true of everyone shouldering his life's 
cross; for he himself has the power of releasing 
that weight. The release cannot always be a physi- 
cal one; but never losing courage, keeping a free 
mind, and holding fast to the goal of life will 
mean a greater freedom than most people can ever 
attain — a freedom of spirit! 

Everyone who has read the Diary of Anne Frank 

knows how this young girl was forced to hide in 
cramped quarters for many months in fear of Nazi 
atrocities which ultimately brought her diary to 
an abrupt end. One might perhaps wonder how she, 
out of so many others hopelessly trapped, was able 
to stay spiritually unblemished. The answer is re- 
vealed in her diary: the answer was the freedom 
within herself. 

Once there was a man who loved to paint. Al- 
though he didn't paint masterpieces, it gave him 
great pleasure to see the things he could create 
with his hands. As he advanced in years, his hands 
became crippled; and he was unable to hold the 
paint brush. He never gave up his search for a 
way to create, however; and finally he discovered 




that by strapping the brushes to his hands he 
could paint once more. 

Freedom of spirit has never been confined to 
individuals alone; whole nations under the yoke of 
tyranny have found relief from their burden through 
imagination and mental purpose. Within the past 
twenty years, however, a new, more subtle threat 
to world freedom has arisen through the doctrine 
of conformity. This way of life is not without its 
advantages; but when a man loses his ability to 
be uniquely himself, he loses his identity as a 
human being. Communists enforce this policy as a 
party rule; but in a less obvious way, America is 
falling prey to the same villain. The boundless 
spirit and ingenuity which carved this nation from 
wilderness is slowly being confined by fences of 
tradition and enforced conformity in the guise of 
equality. Each American must assert his right to 
be himself before he can live up to the costly heri- 
tage won for him over many years. 

How wonderful it would be if this fundamental 
principle of spiritual freedom could be embraced 
by the whole world! How little hope the future 
holds without it! 

Noelle Parsons, '61 



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SENIORS' FAVORITES 



Food: Pizza 



Hangout: Gambini's 



Color: Blue 



Drink: Coke 



Book: Exodus 



Sport: Football 




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Pastime: Eating 
Type of Boy: Ivy-leaguer 
Type of Girl: Helpless 
Movie: Ben-Hur 
Actor: Paul Newman 
Actress: Sandra Dee 





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Mrs. Urann 



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Song: Twilight Time 
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Kathy Enos 
Barry Maffini 




BEST DANCERS 

Beatrice Andrews 
Philip Barnes 




CLASS FLIRTS 

Terry Fox 
Paul Brewster 

BEST DRESSED 

Candy Dahl 
Bob Kramer 

HIGHWAY MENACES 

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BEST GIRL CITIZEN 

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TUFT'S CONFERENCE 
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learning to work with teachers as well as for 
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P.H.S. 

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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 
Left to right: Francis Rose, Vice President; Nancy 
Segal, Secretary; Mr. John Tavernelli, Advisor; 
Alton Mattioli, President; Paul Giamarco, Treas- 
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Front Row, left to right: V. Dallasta, D. Cohen, J. 
Devine, E. Furtado, B. Correira, A. Collyer, D. 
Bumpus, B. Balboni, L. Costa, S. Fortini, K. Baru- 
faldi, S. Almeida, T. David, D. Costa. Second Row: 
R. Anderson, N. Burke, K. Brighton, C. Broadbent, 
L. Cleveland, N. Bennett, P. Cary, K. Falconieri, 
M. Benevides, J. Furtado, J. Feci, J. DeCost, C. 



Cleveland. Third Row: A. Cavicchi, R. Cotti, R. Al- 
berghini, D. Baker, E. Dupuis, C. Barnes, J. Carpen- 
ter, E. Broman, J. Calzolari, G. Davis, T. Dickson, 
M. Baler. Fourth Row: R. Almeida, J. Bonfiglio, F. 
Brenner, D. Clark, B. Bartlett, R. Andrews, R. Clark, 
G. Dawson, L. Buckingham, P. Diesel. 



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Front Row, left to right: N. Ghidoni, T. Maloni, D. 
Gonsalves, L .O'Connor, M. Hallenbeck, J. Medeiros. 
D. Morgado, R. Lunt, L. Nickerson, P. Gill, C. La- 
Rocque, C. Hathaway. Second Row: J. Jesse, L. 
Morse, R. Knight, L. Morey, C. Muzzioli, M. Neri, 

B. Henderson, C. Govoni, D. Grennell, R. Harding, 

C. Nieoli, D. Newey. Third Row: 0. Holman, W. 



Ferrari, F. Fowler, A. Lacey, R. Burton, T. Frazier, 
P. Giammarco, G. Davidson, R. Maraghy, J. Kava- 
naugh, N. Hayes. Fourth Row: P. Gibbs, D. Hall, 
R. Meharg, A. Mattioli, R. Keller, J. Gardner, I). Fer- 
razi, D. Engstrom, R. Montanari, R. Knight, R. 
MaeAfee. 




Front Row, left to right: J. Waitt, K. Remick, 
L. Pedrini, S. Wood, L. Zarella, P. Reid, C. 
Schneider, C. Parks, S. Scanlon, M. Sherman, D. 
Silva, D. Trepanier, S. Santheson, M. Romano. 
Second Row: N. Segal, N. Sears, M. Stefani, M. 
Walton, K. Thomas, M. Palavanchi, L. Silva, M. 
Prince, T. Tavares, L. Raymond, M. Pincelli, J. 
Wirzburger, J. Rowell, C. Shaw, M. Zanotti, J. 



Secondo, H. West. Third Row: P. Roth, D. Ricardo, 
A. Santos, L. Reggianni, W. Radcliff, J. Vincent, A. 
Souza, R. Robischeau, F. Rose, R. Tetreault, J. Shaw, 
D. Russell, J. Wirzburger. Fourth Row: D. Nunes, 
D. Reid, J. Sherman, T. Maini, R. Raymond, R. Silva, 
W. Smith, R. Savery, W. Savery, A. Silva, P. Perry, 
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JUNIOR LITERARY 



Sea of Life 

Fate 

Sorrow 

Happiness 

Loneliness 

Cheerfulness 

Thankfulness 

Sail in the sea of life. 

Marilyn Neri '62 



Loneliness 

Looking down the corridor 
When I entered school today; 
I saw she wasn't waiting 
In the customary way. 

At lunch time I felt lost again ; 
I had no wish to dine, 
For I knew she wouldn't be there 
To talk and pass the time. 



When would this long day finally end? 
At last — I heard the bell ! 
All day I'd wondered where she'd been ; 
I hope that she is well. 

Paul Gibbs '62 



Music 

Blow, trumpets, blow, 

Sound your brassy notes ; 

Let the strings sing their song 

And the oboes moan their mournful dirge. 

While the clarinets chirp a frivolous mel- 
ody, 

And the flutes attack a difficult cadenza. 

Listen to te timpani resounding like a 
heartbeat ; 

Hear the bells tinkling like raindrops on a 
pond. 

Alone you are nothing — 

Together you are music — 

A march, a song, a symphony. 

Thomas Maini '62 



World Unknown 

Who knows of what a boy may dream? 

Not I, 

For only He 

Can enter those dark passages 

Of endless fantasy. 

Alton Mattioli '62 




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My full name is Mr. American History 
Book. I live at 251 Elm Street, Plymouth, 
Mass., with my owner Paul Overdraw. 

Paul is a tall, handsome boy who is liked 
by his classmates. Personally, I'll never un- 
derstand how anyone can like him. He is 
always calling me names, taking me out in 
the rain and snow, and throwing me into all 
kinds of dark corners. 

Everyday at two o'clock Paul pulls me 
out of his locker, fills me with paper, and 
takes me home. When Paul reaches home he 
takes me into his room and throwp me onto 
his desk ; then he leaves the room for a few 
hours, and I am at peace. While I am alone 
with my friends, Mrs. Alice English, Mr. 
Louis Math, and Mr. Webster Dictionary, I 
talk to them about Sally Smart, James Skip- 
per, Peter Doodler, and Mike Muncher, a 
few of the young people who once owned me. 

Sally Smart was a quiet young lady, who 
really loved me. I guess she didn't know that 
I was a male, because she covered me with 
pretty pink plastic which made me blush 
occasionally. Sally spent hours reading me 
each day, and I helped her get an "A" in 
History. At the end of the year it broke 
Sally's heart to take Mr. Geography in ex- 
change for me. I spoke to Mr. Geography; 
now Sally and he are the best of friends. 

James Skipper reminded me of Dr. 
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde ; one day he liked me, 
the next day he hated me. I remember the 
day James spent five hours studying me 

Refrain 

The rain-denched trees 

Against the sky 

Stand tall and straight. 

And somewhere out 

Beyond the storm, 

I heard a sea gull's cry. 



The day is dark, 

And dreary is the rain; 

As on and on it falls, 

Never stopping, 

Never pausing, 

Returning always — again. 

Judith Feci '62 





so he could pass a history test 
the next day. I tried as hard 
as I could to help him, but he 
failed the test. 

Peter Doodler had no feel- 
ings for me. He could take me 
or leave me. He had just one 
habit that I disliked. It was drawing. Every 
time he got in a drawing mood, I was 
around; and so he would draw all over my 
new cover. 

Mike Muncher and I got along quite well 
except for the times when he read me, as he 
ate a succulent hamburger, letting it drip 
all over me. There were many nights when 
I went to bed sticky and miserable. But 
that's all part of my history. 

When Paul is done with his chores, he 
comes back into his room, saving me for 
last, because he thinks I am hard to read. 
He starts by ripping me open to the right 
page ; but after a few minutes of reading he 
gives up and throws me under his bed for 
the night. 

The next morning my day begins all over 
again. I think his will be my last year work- 
ing with boys and girls, because I am getting 
too old to be treated so cruelly. I have spent 
many months in the hospital with pencilitis, 
ripped pages, Scotch tape fever, and broken 
binding. I want to retire and spend the rest 
of my life in a quiet book shop with my 
memories. 

Lawrence Covell '62 



What Do I Hear? 

When I walk into the cafeteria, I hear many 
sounds, and receive varied impressions : 

[ hear a murmur become a roar. 

I hear the slam of trays, the smash of a bot- 
tle of milk, ending its descent to the floor. 

I hear the chink of silverware and the dull 
click of milk bottles being put into the 
racks. 

I hear boys and girls shouting to be heard. 

I can hear, in the distance, the slamming of 
locker doors as pupils get their coats to 
go outdoors. 

I hear a mingling of sounds which say "cafe- 
teria at lunchtime." 

Warren Radcliff '62 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 
Left to right: Donald Meekings, Treasurer; Judith 
Sinoski, Secretary; Andrew Kusmin, President; 
Philip Curtis, Vice-President. 




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SOPHOMORE CLASS 



Front Row, left to right: J. Guidoboni, H. Ferazzi, 
A. Broman, M. Cotti, S. Carafoli, M. Burgess ,S. 
Fortini, L. Botelho, S. Forest, B. Askins, C. Bar- 
nard, J. Cavicchi, D. Furtado, L. Covell, E .Agnew, 
M. Bagnell. Second Row: R. Davis, J. Carreau, J. 
Graziano, J. Harris, D. Henning, M. Hart, L. 
Holmes, J. Govoni, P. Giaccaglia, P. Balboni, 
D. Hadaway, A. Albertini, L. Guidoni, D. Barlow, 



S. Cavicchi, C. Crowell. Third Row: D. Chase. R. 
Enos, D. Botelho, M. DeFelice, R. Cotti, D. Cavicchi, 
W. Cordeiro, S. Belsito, P. Curtis, R. Corbett, G. 
Blood, A. Bartlett, K. Battles, W. Correa. Fourth 
Row: F. Eddy, W. Dallasta, J. Corshia, P. Denehy, 
J. Canal, W. Cotti, J. Chase, R. Craw, R. Cadorette, 
D. Carreau, E. Bassett, J. Baker, J. Folger, C. Frey- 
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Front Row, left to right: M. Lamb, P. Miller, C. 
Martin, J. Melevsky, D. Maccaferri, C. Machado, J. 
Melanson, K. Longever, D. Kane, E. MacPhee, M. 
Koblantz, S. LaVoie. Second Row: B. Marston, C. 
Nickerson, W. Gould, P. Giaecaglia, D. Grennell, K. 
Keller, D. Jesse, M. Jones, A. Kusmin, J. Little, A. 
Kusmin, B. MeDuffee. Third Row: E. Hathaway, L. 



Hanelt, J. Lawrence, J. McKay, E. Herries, S. 
Moreau, T. Kuhn, E. Macomber, P. Haire, L. Gray, 
L. Hart, D. Meekings. Fourth Row: R. Joseph, T. 
Gordon, R. Greaves, C. Magno, H. Guidoni, R. Good- 
win, R. Morris, B. Gibbs, D. Lekberg, W. Guerra, S. 
Holmes. 



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Front Row, left to right: J. Slade, K. Seiden, J. 
Robbins, E. Rossetti, M. Wall, S. Strassel, J. Roug- 
eau, M. Wood, E. Silva, D. Wilson, J. Tavares, J. 
Sinoski, D. Searles, C. Silvia, P. Pimental. Second 
Row: C. Petit, M. Wilson, P. Roessel, K. Sitta, A. 
Perry, P. Palavanchi, R. Silva, J. Roth, G. Swift, 
P. Wild, F. Shaw, R. Sampson, J. Pratt, S. Pascoe. 



Third Row: J. Souza, R. Woolson, C. Wall, K. Smith, 
J. Prout, D. Tappan, K. Tavares, T. Rapoza, R. 
Stefani, D. Roderick, J. Pratt, J. Sears. Fourth Row: 
J. Pratt, J. O'Fihelly, E. Pratt, L. Strassel, R. Price, 
K. Ryan, W. Sylva, H. Schiel, R. Ross, P. Strassel, 
G. Terry, A. Pina. 



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What He Creates 

As I walk through the mist at the peak of 
the day, 

As I stroll through the park when the first 
buds appear, 

As I gaze at the clouds from this good earth 
below, 

I know He as been here before me. 

As I touch His small creatures that scamper 
along, 

As I shake from the roses the dewdrops in 
morn, 

As I sift through my hands the brown earth 
of His land, 

I know He has been here before me. 

Karen Sitta '63 



Poem to the Sea 

I stood upon the weed-flecked dune 
And watched you rise and fall ; 
The gulls dipped low and softly cried, 
Your calm surrounded all. 

A sudden shadow hid the sun, 
Approaching all too soon; 
The wind rose up and blew across 
The silent, peaceful dune. 

You rose and heaved and tossed about, 
As thunder crashed on high ; 
A flash of lightning brightly burst 
And split across the sky. 

The waves began to crash and spray 
Against the rock-lined shore, 
Receding quickly in a swirl 
To crash with rage once more. 

And then the storm began to wane, 
As if by God's own hand, 
And peace with simple solitude 
Fell soft across the sand. 

Jane Graziano '63 



Change 

The winter days, with ice and snow, 
Are passing by at last ; 
And strong, north winds no longer blow 
Their mighty, freezing blasts. 

The melting snow and longer day 
Are surely signs of spring; 
The children run outdoors to play, 
And robins start to sing. 

And soon the warmer days will come, 
With summer knocking at the door ; 
It's time for all the summer fun 
When icy winds will blow no more. 

Carl Freyermuth '63 

Icicles 

Shining, glowing, tinkling, 

Guarding the roofs and trees — 

Solid water vapors 

Hanging 

From the eaves. 

Joann Govoni '63 




Transfiguration 

The world once sparkled 
Below the winter sun; 
It glistened in moonlight 
When day was done. 

Icicles trimmed 
Bare, brown trees; 
Evergreens whispered 
In the frosty breeze. 

Then, one bright morning, 
In the flower bed, 
A brave new crocus 
Lifted her head. 

Somewhere in mem'ry 
I heard a bird sing — 
A requiem for winter, 
And a paean for spring. 

Joanne Rougeau '63 



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"Why?" Asks a Little Girl 

Why does the night creep up on the day 
And throw its black coat over the sun? 
Why do the clouds always cry on dark days ? 
Are they unhappy or not having fun ? 

A little girl asks many things; 
I know replies to her are due. 
I wish I could answer her questions, 
But they still have me puzzled, too. 

Donna Kane '63 







Television Gunfight! 

The twinkle of spurs fills the street, 

As men who know no fear 

Ever cautiously draw near ; 

With gazes that tell that one must die, 

They search the other's hardened eye. 

Unseen eyes from windows stare, 
Wond'ring how the match will fare. 
Each with his own merciless thirst, 
The townfolk bet on who'll draw first. 
The time has come — they slap leather; 
As the smoke clears, they drop together. 

Kenneth Smith '63 




Lighthouse 

Through the chill, night air, 

A beacon stabs 

The darkness, 

Until its cold, blank stare 

The passing ships 

Ensnare. 

Frank Shaw '63 



Sequence 

The icy expanse stretches, 

Frozen shore to shore ; 

The honeysuckle bushes 

Lie fast asleep once more. 

Children break the silence, 

Sweeping swiftly by — 

Skating where they swam and sailed 

'Neath the summer sky. 

I love the changing seasons, 

As young day follows old ; 

Restless youth is changing, too, 

And seeks no quiet fold. 

Alan Bartlett '63 



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Harbor Ice 

A vast white plain, stretching to the 

horizon — 
Silent — still as death. 
Suddenly the silence is broken, 
A gull shrieks, 
Heralding the breakers 
Which slowly and patiently 
Shatter the massive, glittering slabs: 
At last the water is free. 
Activity, 

Long at a standstill, 
Resumes. 

Marsha Burgess '63 









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to join some organization of interest to him. 
Students are given much responsibility in 
planning and organizing club activities with 
the guidance of the faculty sponsors. Leader- 
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First row: Dorothy Costa, Lynn Pedrini, Barry Maffini, Mrs. Helen Bagnall, Paul Diesel, 
Richard Keller, Francis Rose, Philip Curtis. Second row: Ann Kusmin, Evelyn Furtado, 
Ellen McPhee, Judy Wild, Patricia Souza, Mary David, Roger Andrews, Patricia Pimental. 
Third row: Stephen Cavicchi, Bruce Campbell, Robert Montanari, Kenneth Tavares, Dennis 
Pioppi, Louis Govoni. 



Executive Board 



Front: Barry Maffini. 
President ; Richard Kel- 
ler, Treasurer ; Lynn 
Pedrini, Secretary. Back: 
Paul Diesel, Vice-Presi- 
dent : Mrs. Helen Bag- 
nall, Advisor. 




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Leads student government 




Front: Noelle Parsons, Jean Patenaude, Karen Longhi. Back: Charles 
Maccaferri, Alton Mattioli, Peter Gomes, Andrew Kusmin. 

Special Delegates 



The Student Activities Society is the most 
comprehensive organization in the school, 
its membership encompassing the entire 
student body and its scope including all co- 
curricular activities under the jurisdiction 
of P.H.S. 

With Mrs. Helen Bagnall, as sponsor, the 
Student Council, made up of elected officers, 
room representatives, and special delegates, 
carried out its civic responsibilities at elec- 
tion time with a "Get-out-the-vote Drive." 
Participation in the Annual Youth Citizen- 
ship Conference at Tufts University, Stu- 



dent Government Day, and Student Ex- 
change Day have highlighted the year. 

The traditional charity project, which re- 
affirmed the society's objective in the area 
of world service, was in the form of school- 
wide membership in the Youth Organization 
for UNICEF (YOU) and a substantial gift 
to the U. N. 

Regular meetings stressed democracy in 
action ; and parties, dances, and a reception 
for alumni presently in college proved that 
youth, with supervision and guidance, can 
set its goals high and live up to them. 



Council in session 



For the lucky someones 






Miss Phyllis R. Boucher, Advisor; Dennis Pioppi: Marlene Brigida; William Kriegel; 
Jean Patenaude; Charles Maccaferri; Peter Gomes; Barry Maffini; Katherine Enos; 
Noelle Parsons; Wendy Sears. Standing: Deborah Cohen; Marilyn Neri; Melody 
Sherman; Karen Barufaldi; Dorothy Vieira; Louis Govoni; Alton Mattioli; Francis 
Rose; Robert Montanari; Paul Diesel. 

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 



Membership in the National Honor So- 
ciety is one of the highest honors a student 
can attain. The Massasoit Chapter of the 
National Organization was founded at Ply- 
mouth High in 1929. A small percentage of 
juniors and seniors are elected to this chap- 
ter each year by the faculty on the basis of 
scholarship, character, leadership, and serv- 
ice. 

The Honor Society sponsors a school 
handbook, distributed at the beginning of 
the year to all students, acquainting them 



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with the school and its regulations. It as- 
sumes responsibility for a bulletin board in 
the main corridor and provides ushers for 
Parents' Night. 

Every year at an impressive ceremony 
new members are inducted into the society. 
This year the senior members of the Honor 
Society were honored by the Plymouth Ki- 
wanis Club, who sent the group to tour New 
York City and the United Nations' head- 
quarters this spring. 



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HONOR GROUP PLANS GRADUATION 



"Will this meeting please come to order?" 
And it came to order as Mrs. Miriam Ray- 
mond, faculty advisor, and the members pre- 
pared for another "brainstorming" session. 
Led by Bill Watts, general chairman, the 
Honor Group, composed of seniors who have 
maintained an average of 85 or better for 
three years, organizes the committees which 



plan the commencement exercises. All com- 
mittee chairmen are members of the Honor 
Group, their committees being made up of 
seven other classmates. The theme of grad- 
uation, decorations, music, flowers, invita- 
tions, and speeches are responsibilities de- 
volved on these seniors when they are ac- 
corded membership. 






Seated, Left to right: D. Vieira; C. Schneider; D. Pioppi; K. Enos; J. Patenaude; 
L. Govoni; F. Zito; C. Maccaferri. Standing, Left to right: C. Valenziano; N. Parsons; 
M. Brigida; W. Smith; H. Janson; B. Trask; Advisor, Mrs. Miriam Raymond; W. 
Watts. 



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PRESS CLUB 



Although it was reorganized last year, the 
Press Club has become an important group 
in the school. With Miss Marilyn Griffith 
as the faculty advisor, Mr. Lawrence Bon- 
giovanni and Mr. Mario Romano as adminis- 
trative advisors, and Jean Patenaude and 
Noelle Parsons as co-editors, the staff has 
developed into a group of hard-working re- 
porters. Our P.H.S. news is sent to the Old 
Colony Memorial, the Brockton Enterprise, 
and the W.P.L.M. Studios. 

There was such interest shown by the 
number of students who signed up for the 
Press Club that Mr. Bongiovanni and the 
English teachers selected reporters on the 
basis of writing ability and interest. 

The Press Club is another worthwhile 
school function set up and operated by the 
students. 




Row 1: Helen Broadbent; Marilyn Neri; Noelle 
Parsons, Co-editor, Miss Marylin Griffith, Advisor, 
Jean Patenaude, Co-editor, Joyce Devine, Doris 
Ottino. Row 2: Bonnie Trask, Karen Barufaldi, 



Deborah Cohen, Donna Henning, Paula Roessel, 
Bonnie Hutton. Row 3: Andrew Kusmin, Robert 
Montanari, Peter Gomes, Barry Maffini. 



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RADIO 
CLUB 



Seated: Left to Right: Mrs. Martha Besse, T. Fox, M. Brigida, P. Bongiovanni, A. 
Souza, M. David, P. Barnes, R. Banzi, D. Fernau, R. Staniunas, N. Parsons. Row 2: 
R. Greaves, E. Dupuis, B. Balboni, S. Shaw, P. Giaccaglia, W. Ferreira, R. Corbett, 
R. Montanari, R. Kramer, P. Greene, E. Boyer, W. Savery, G. Davis. Row 3 : F. Bren- 
ner, D. Tappan, J. Pratt, P. Curtis, P. Denehy, M. Baler, W. Guerra, G. McGee, D. 
Govoni, A. Bouchard, M. Guidaboni, S. Belsito, J. Little. Row 4: S. Fortini, A. Natalini, 
B. Campbell, S. Bowers, G. Graffam, W. Kriegel, A. Saunders ,R. Dupuis, E. Little- 
field, J. Folger. 






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STAFF 



Seated: M. Bagnall, S. Shaw, M. Wall, S. Carafoli, B. Henderson, G. Armstrong, 
J. Taddia. Standing: Mr. David Barlow, Advisor; E. Littlefield ; J. Pratt; E. Bassett ; 
G. Blood ; F. Fowler ; S. Belsito ; S. Moreau ; W. Guerra ; E. Pratt ; J. Govoni. 



The would-be "hams" of Plymouth High 
regularly meet to learn about amateur radio 
operation and to use efficiently the compli- 
cated equipment. Members look forward to 
an annual field trip. Since the club founder 
and sponsor for many years, Mr. John Pack- 
ard, has left the faculty, they welcome other 
Plymouth "hams" to their meetings in order 
to continue their work. 



"What's that rat doing in my pocket?" 

Twice a week the members of the Biology 
Lab Staff, in their white coats, gather to 
clean cages, water and feed the animals, and 
clean the room. While this may sound like 
work, the members have fun while helping 
the school. 




TRAVEL 
CLUB 



Row 1: Left to Right: L. Govoni ; A. Perry; J. Patenaude ; P. Crowell ; B. Policow ; D. Raymond 
G. McGee ; Miss Iris Albertini, Faculty Advisor ; C. Maccaferri ; D. Pioppi ; T. Fox ; C. Carafoli 
R. Aldrich-Ames. Row 2 : J. Melevski ; J. Guidaboni ; M. Burgess ; L. Zarella ; S. Shaw 
N. Sears ; J. Secondo ; M. Zannotti ; J. Willis ; J. Wild : M. Beauregard ; M. Brigida ; D. Stern 
B. Hutton ; S. Surrey ; J. Sinoski. Row 3 : C. Nicoli ; C. Parks ; L. Cleveland ; B. Balboni 
N. Segal ; K. Longhi ; M. David ; V. Beane ; C. Dahl ; S. Rogers ; D. Ottino ; R. Staniunas 
N. Parsons; K. Barufaldi ; D. Cohen; B. Henderson. Row 4: C. Sylvia; E. Furtado ; S. Wood 
D. Costa ; W. Whiting ; P. Perry ; D. Ferazzi ; R. Keller ; R. Kramer ; R. Clark ; A. Mattioli 
P. Brewster. Row 5: L. Govoni: D. Richardson; P. Leonardi ; M. Figlioli ; A. Bartlett ; W 
Kriegel ; W. Radcliff ; E. Littlefield ; R. Banzi ; B. Campbell ; B. Maffini ; A. Silva. 




Under the leadership of its officers and the guidance of Miss Iris E. Alber- 
tini the Travel Club vicariously visits far-off lands via special reports, exchange 
student speakers, and films taken "on-the-spot". Plans for the interesting 
and informative programs presented are developed by a committee selected 
early in the year. Highlighting the activities is an annual trip to Boston. Last 
year the members enjoyed visiting the Museum of Fine Arts and seeing Ben Hur. 



Each year Mrs. Whiting is assisted by a group of industrious helpers chosen, 
for the most part, from business course pupils, who do everyday office tasks 
and errands, answers the telephone, sort mail, and deliver messages. As they 
help the school secretary, the clerks gain valuable business experience. 




Front left to right: Richard Rob- 
iseheau, Paul Brewster, Carol Schnei- 
der, Mrs. Marion Whiting, Jean 
DeCost, Dorothy Vieira, Karen Bar- 
ufaldi, and Katherine Enos. Rear: 
Mary David, Patricia Souza, Doris 
Parkhurst, and Jacqueline Pinetti. 



OFFICE 
ASSISTANTS 

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GIRLS SPORTS CLUB 



Row 1: Left to Right: E. Manfredi ; C. Machado ; N. Segal; 
S. Wood ; Mrs. Lena Allaire, Advisor ; S. Almeida ; C. Hath- 
away ; H. Cavicchi ; M. David; B. Fortini. Row 2: C. Muzzioli ; 
J. Wirtzburger ; A. Brewster ; B. Policow ; T. Tavares ; K. 
Barufaldi ; C. Shaw ; M. Walton ; M. Stefani ; C. Nicoli ; R. 



Aldrich-Ames. Row 3: J. O'Neill; J. Patenaude ; J. Willis; K. 
Longhi ; C. Wilson ; L. Raymond : J. Feci ; N. Parsons ; J. 
Wild ; T. David. Row 4 : J. Rowell ; N. Sears ; R. Staniunas ; J. 
Pinnetti ; S. Clark; J. Devine ; C. Silva ; M. Romano. 



Under the supervision of the girls' athletic direc- 
tor, this organization was formed to promote good 
sportsmanship and interest is sports. Thirty girls 
were chosen as members, but next year new mem- 
bers will be elected after being tested on rules and 
ethics in various sports. Members have heard Coach 
Sarson explain football, demonstrated their bowling 
skills, and helped with junior high intramurals as 
officials and coaches. 



The varsity club was organized for the boys who 
have received athletic letters for cross country, 
football, basketball, track, and baseball. 

The objectives of the organization are to foster 
good relations with the rest of the student body, 
promote good sportsmanship, attain sound scholas- 
tic achievement, and promote high school athletics 
to the utmost. 



VARSITY CLUB 



Row 1: Left to Right: Mr. Mario Romano, Advisor; M. Fig- 
lioli ; K. Cavicchi ; P. Bongiovanni ; C. Medeiros ; W. Kriegel ; 
B. Campbell; A. Natalini ; B. Maffini. Row 2: C. Macca- 
ferr ; A. Mattioli : R. Keller, D. Ferazzi ; P. Perry ; R. Clark : 



F. Rose; D. Pioppi ; P. Giammarco. Row 3: J. Gardner; R. 
Guidaboni ; K. Craig ; R. Travassos ; B. Gibbs ; P. Gibbs ; R. 
Andrews. Row 4 : J. Vincent ; P. Brewster ; R. Maraghy ; 
R. Kramer ; W. Whiting ; S. Souza, D. Raymond : R. Reposa. 



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Row 1, Left to right: M. Brigida ; C. Valenziano ; R. Clark; 
J. Willis ; K. Longhi ; A. Mattioli, Chairman ; H. Cavicchi ; 
C. Shaw ; D. Morgardo. Row 2 : R. Cadorette ; C. Machado ; K. 



Barufaldi ; S. Clark ; D. McNary ; C. Martin ; N. Fortini ; E. 
Agnew ; C. LaRocque. Row 3 : J. Wirtzburger ; P. Giammarco ; 
C. Wall; A. Saunders; A. Kusmin ; N. Segal. 



SCHOOL SAVINGS SYSTEM 



Thrift is -encouraged at P.H.S., for on Wednesday 
mornings, two student bank tellers in each home- 
room collect and record the money deposited by 
their classmates. The wise savers will find their 
dollars accumulate for college education and future 
plans. 



The Latin Club composed of P.H.S. students 
meets regularly with advisor, Mr. John Tavernelli. 
The club is part of a national organization, the 
Junior Classical League, who purpose is "To en- 
courage among your people an interest in and 
appreciation of the civilization, language, literature, 
and art of ancient Greece and Rome, and to give 
them some understanding of the debt of our own 
culture to that of classical antiquity." 



LATIN CLUB 



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Row 1, Left to right: D. Maccaferri ; A. Kusmin: L. Pedrini ; 
D. Ferazzi ; P. Diesel ; D. Costa ; Mr. John Tavernelli, Advisor ; 
L. Govoni ; R. Ellis; L. DeFabio ; R. Aldrich-Ames. Row 2: 
C. Silvia ; M. Sherman ; L. Cleveland ; M. Stefani ; B. Hutton ; 
J. Patenaude; W. Sears; R. Staniunas ; D. Cohen; C. Nicoli ; 
C. Parks; L. Holmes. Row 3: L. Zarella ; A. Perry; J. Graz- 



iano ; D. Meekings ; G. Davidson; C. Lynn; P. Palavanchi ; 
S. Pascoe ; M. Koblantz ; P. Roessel ; J. Guidaboni. Row 4 : 
M. Wilson ; R. Davis ; W. Tessin ; R. Maraghy ; D. Engstom ; 
H. Schiel ; C. Wall ; K. Ryan ; J. Pratt ; D. Kane ; K. Sitta ; 
D. Searles. 



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Row 1: Left to right: Francis Rose, Rhoda Harding, Mrs. 
Alice Urann, Mr. Roland Holmes, Cynthia Nicoli. Row 2: 
Thresa Meloni, Margo Prince, Patricia Carey, Marie Zannotti, 



Janet Secondo. Row 3 : Deborah Cohen, Charlene Carafoli, 
Edwin Tolonen, Nancy Segal, Joyce Devine. 



LIBRARY ASSISTANTS 




Each year Junior English classes are 
asked to select librarians. These efficient 
girls and boys, under the direction of the 
Junior English teachers, take care of the 
circulation of books in the Junior English 
extensive reading library. They also collect 
and record fines for marred, lost, and over- 
due books; prepare newly acquired books 
for use; repair and mend damaged copies; 
and supervise use of the books by making 
a daily check of each period's card file. 

CASHIERS 



"Hey, here's your two cents." 

Anyone who has first lunch will recall 
Paul Bongiovanni's inspired words. Al- 
though Paul is enrolled in the preparatory 
course, all other cashiers are selected from 
the commercial department of P.H.S. In 
this way they are being prepared for a 
future in the world of business. 



Row 1: Left to right: Teresa Fox, Mary David, 
Bonnie Trask, Barbara Fortini. Row 2 : Helen 
Broadbent, Carol Schneider, Dorothy Vieira, Diane 
Borsari. Row 3: Katherine Enos, Carmen Valen- 
ziano, Paul Bongiovanni, Frant Zito. 



A. K. Finney Company 




Kneeling: Co-captain, Pat Souza : 
Helen Cavicchi, Captain ; Co-cap- 
tain, Mary David; First row: S. 
Rogers ; M. Beauregard ; D. Stern ; 
J. Patenaude; A. Brewster; C. 
Dahl ; C. Shaw ; B. Hutton ; S. 
Clark ; T. Fox : K. Enos ; Second 
row : B. Trask ; D. Costa ; D. Bar- 
low ; D. Morgardo ; N. Segal ; N. 
Fortini : J. Melevsky ; A. Kusmin ; 
D. Searles ; D. Kane ; T. Roncarati ; 
Last row: L. Pedrini ; J. Graziano ; 
S. Almeida ; E. Furtado ; M. Sher- 
man ; J. Sinoski ; J. DeCost ; D. 
Maccaferri ; J. Devine ; D. Henning. 



MARCHING GIRLS AND BAND 



During football season Mr. John Pacheco's march- 
ing girls cooperate with the band to provide half- 
time entertainment for the spectators. Creating 
various drill routines for the games, they proudly 
represented one of the finest football teams in 
Plymouth's history this year. For the all-important 
Thanksgiving Day game against arch-rival Silver 
Lake, the girls, warmly dressed in new white 
sweaters, executed an unusual new dance routine 
which was an overwhelming success with the fans. 

Three mornings each week director John Pacheco 
rehearses the Plymouth High School Band first 
period in the auditorium. 

The band performs at each football game and 
at special assemblies, such as Veterans and Memor- 
ial Day. The football season is climaxed by a sports 
assembly in December, at which senior band mem- 
bers are presented with school letters for their 
faithful service. 

Good times through musical fellowship make 
membership in the band a privilege. 




Band Leaders : Marlene Brigida : Barbara Policow ; 
Karen Longhi. 



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Front Row left to right: S. Neri ; 
P. Strassel ; D. Morgardo ; P. Mal- 
aguti ; T. Maini ; Band Director: 
John Pacheco ; P. Diesel ; L. Go- 
voni ; G. Neal ; C. Teramino ; F. 
Shaw; D. Ferneau. Row Two: R. 
Davis; P. LaVoie ; R. Almeida; 
R. Kramer; W. Whiting; D. Bos- 
ari ; C. Medeiros ; L. Doll; K. 
Ryan ; S. Fortini ; R. Burton. Row 
Three: C. Wall; C. Medeiros; D 
Tong ; R. Ledo ; B. Campbell ; W. 
Kriegel ; O. Holman ; P. Haire; 
W. Correa. Row Four: R. Banzi ; 
P. Bongiovanni ; L. Gray; D. Eng- 
strom ; A. Saunders ; D. Richardson ; 
J. Wirzburger ; R. Knight. 






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THE 1961 
PILGRIM STAFF 




Left to right: Dennis Pioppi, Busi- 
ness Manager; Mr. Roland Holmes, 
Faculty Advisor; Charles Macca- 
ferri, Editor-in-Chief. 




When each Plymouth High student receives his copy 
of The Pilgrim, he can be sure that much toil and ef- 
fort has been expended to give him a memorable year- 
book. Working diligently to see that he received the 
best annual ever was a busy group of editors under the 
direction of Mr. Roland Holmes, faculty advisor. Char- 
lie Maccaferri, the whip-cracking editor-in-chief, head- 
ed this year's staff. Under him were the department 
editors, who formed the backbone of our yearbook. 
Only through the efforts of this group was a success- 
ful publication possible. 

Head of the business staff was Dennis Pioppi, busi- 
ness manager and right-hand man to the editor. Jean 
Patenaude and Marlene Brigida were literary editors 
in charge of all written material going into the Pil- 
grim. Co-editors of the art staff were talented sen- 
iors, Winnifred Smith and Peter Leonardi, while Louis 
Govoni, as photography editor, led a busy group of 
camera fans. Senior specials and features were in the 
hands of Noelle Parsons, while the senior statistics 
were gathered under the direction of Patricia Souza. 
The sports department was under the capable man- 
agement of Barry Maffini and Wendy Sears. 

A total of nearly 100 pupils worked as staff mem- 
bers in one of these departments. Many groups work- 
ed hard to meet the deadlines and to make this Pilgrim 
the best in many years. The task of putting a year- 
book together is an arduous job, but the results are 
gratifying. 




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EXECUTIVE BOARD 



Row 1 

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Seated: Noelle Parsons, Senior Specials; Winnifred 
Art ; Charles Maccaferri, Editor-in-Chief ; Dennis 
Business. Row 2 : Louis Govoni, Photography ; Peter 



Leonardi, Art : Patricia Souza, Senior Statistics : Wendy 



Sears, Girls' Sports ; Marlene Brigida, Literary Co-Ed. ; Mr. 
Roland Holmes, Advisor ; Jean Patenaude, Literary Co-Ed. ; 
Barry Maffini, Boys' Sports. 






LITERARY 
STAFF 



Row 1: Left to Right: Pamela 
Crowell ; Candace Dahl ; Mar- 
lene Brigida, Co-Editor ; Jean 
Patenaude, Co-Editor ; Bonnie 
Hutton ; Katherine Enos. Row 
2: Lynne Pedrini, Delia Mac- 
caferri, Ellen McPhee, Marilyn 
Neri, Donna Kane, Paula Pal- 
avanchi. Row 3: Gordon David- 
son, Paul Diesel, Paul Bon- 
giovanni, Robert Maraghy, 
Marshall Wilson. 






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STAFF 



Row 1 : Seated : Doris Parkhurst ; Anne Bradley ; 
Patricia Souza, Editor ; Carole Silva : Helen Broad- 
bent. Row 2: Doris Ottino, Mary David. Bonnie 
Trask, Beatrice Andrews. 



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TYPISTS 



Row 1: Left to Right: Katherine Enos. 
Patricia Souza, Theresa Fox, Janet 
Willis. Row 2: Christine Clough, Mary 
Beauregard, Kathleen Callahan, Doris 
Parkhurst. 




ART STAFF 



Row 1: Left to Right: Winnifred 
Smith, Peter Leonardi, Co-Editors. 
Row 2: Nancy LeCain, Cynthia 
Machado, Evelyn Furtado, Mrs. 
Margaret Brown, Barbara Bal- 
boni, Dorothy Searles. Row 3 : 
Carmen Valenziano : Glen Graffam, 
Douglas Torrence. 



BUSINESS STAFF 



Row 1: Left to Right: Susan Rogers, Dorothy Stern, Charlene 
Carafoli, Dennis Pioppi, Editor, Donna McNary, Lynda Govoni, 
Theresa Fox. Row 2: Anne Kusmin, Judy Sinoski, Carol 
Muzzioli, Weston Whiting, Peter Gomes, Andrew Kusmin, 



Karen Barufaldi. Row 3 : Lorraine Holmes. Paula Roessel, 
Marsha Burgess, Paul Giammarco, Madeline Wall, Lawrence 
Buckingham. 




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Seated: Left to Right: Barry Maffini, Ed- 
itor; Judy Wild; Joyce Devine; Wendy 
Sears, Editor; Ruthanne Staniunas. Row 2: 
Francis Rose; Diane Newey; Donna Hen- 
ning; William Kriegel. Row 3: Stephen 
Holmes; Alton Mattioli; Bruce Campbell; 
Steve Cavicchi. 





PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF 

Seated: Left to Right: Christine Shaw; Louis Go- 
voni, Editor; Linda DeFabio. Row 2: Ruth Cador- 
ette; Karen Longhi; Barbara Policow; Dorothy 
Costa; Carol Parks; Deborah Cohen; Mary Beaure- 
gard; Diane Bagnell; Brenda Borgatti; Carol 
Schneider; Barbara Fortini; Barbara Ball. 



SENIOR SPECIALS STAFF 



Seated: Left to Right: David Richardson: 
Dorothy Stern; Noelle Parsons, Editor; 
Gail Armstrong; Virginia Beane. Row 2: 
Karen Sitta; Dorothy Vieira; Melody Sher- 
man; Robert Montanari; Robert Kramer. 






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Social activities provide a vital supple- 
ment to academic pursuits at Plymouth 
High School. Throughout the year students 
participate in numerous social affairs such 
as sporting events, either as spectator or 
participant, and various kinds of dances. 
These activities provide each student with 
pleasure as part of an enjoyable high school 
career and are also helpful in building lead- 
ership in those who plan and carry them out. 
Dances are a popular part of school life, and 
each one is sponsored by either the student 
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Under the gaily-colored paper butterflies 
and Japanese lanterns, the class of 1961 was 
proud host at "Magic Moments." The guests 
joined the class in dancing to the music of 
Don Shaw and his orchestra, while admir- 
ing the decorations which followed an ori- 
ental theme. 



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The last dance of a perfect evening. 



"MAGIC MOMENTS" 



Parting ways. 




LES BELLES ET BEAUX 






Slow and easy to a soft 
record. 





Belles et Beaux proved to be an exact des- 
cription of the SAS dance February 17 as 
myriad, gay, young, handsome couples 
swirled to "Where the Boys Are" and "Won- 
derland By Night." St. Valentine certainly 
would be pleased to know that the gentle- 
man is still the valentine of his favorite 
lady. 



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SENIORS PUT ON A DANCE. ..SADIE HAWKINS STYLE 



Jack Frost's Frolic, in true Sadie Hawk- 
in's style, was a rousing success. A special 
skit, written and produced by imaginative 
seniors, was presented during intermission. 
Dennis "Beatnik" Pioppi, Dave "Prof" Tong, 
the whipped cream, and unforgettable Jack 
Frost, portrayed by Stanley Fortini, pro- 
vided unusual entertainment for the eve- 
ning. 






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Life is, in a sense, a race — a competition 
not unlike the interscholastic sports at PHS. 
Our sporting program helps prepare us to 
meet the challenge by teaching us to accept 
defeat gracefully and victory with humility. 

Sportsmanship, an important quality in 
both athletics and life, is exhibited by PHS 
team members as- well as spectators. 







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The cheerleaders, dressed in blue and 
white, are the force behind Plymouth's 
spirit. The squad includes four seniors, 
Janet, Lynda, Ginny, and Bea; one jun- 
ior, Carol; and three sophomores, Pat, 
Katrina, and Jean. Throughout the year 
these eight have led the student body 
in cheers that have bolstered the morale 
of the team many times. Whether we 
are winning or losing, they support the 
boys to the very last second. 



Front Row, left to right: 

Katrina Keller, Carol Parks, 
Patricia Balboni, and Janet 
Willis. Back Row: Beatrice 
Andrews, Lynda Govoni, Vir- 
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First Row: David Ferazzi, Richard Clark, David 
Raymond, Alton Mattioli, Richard Reposa, Michael 
Figlioli, Stephen Souza, Roger Travassos, Arthur 
Natalini, Kenneth Cavicchi and Paul Gibbs. Second 
Row: August Perry, Stephen Ide, Anthony Silva, 
James Gardner, Richard Keller, Robert Guidaboni, 
Bartlett Gibbs, Paul Brewster, Barry Maffini and 

Michael Figlioli, a senior, was captain 
of the best Plymouth High football team 
in thirty-one years. In addition, he was 
the only single captain elected in many 
years. We look forward to seeing Mike at 
his best on a college team. 



William Kriegel. Third Row: Russ Tetreault, Stephen 
Cavicchi, David Hall, Joseph Folger, Paul Perry, 
Donald Guidoni, Roger Silva, Cecil Crowell, Peter 
Strassel. Fourth Row: Donald Cavicchi, Raymond 
Craw, Thomas Reposa, Robert Ross, Philip Curtis, 
Carl Freyermuth, Alfred Pimental, Ronald Cador- 
ette, Erik Broman, Donald Meekings. 





With a 36-6 victory over arch-rival Silver 
Lake the "Blue Eagles" of Plymouth High 
concluded their most successful football sea- 
son in thirty-one years, winning eight games 
while losing only one. The dream of an un- 
defeated season was shattered by a well- 
drilled Scituate team in a hard-fought con- 
test. Much credit must be given to our very 
capable coaching staff of Jack Sarson, Joe 
DeSisto and Henry Cryer for the success 
of the team. 



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Paul Brewster Barry Maffini Michael Figlioli Robert Guidaboni 



This year's football team was com- 
posed for the most part of senior letter- 
men. Although some of these seniors 
were not starters, they all were of vital 
importance to the team. These seniors 
will carry fond memories of the games 
they played in the blue and white uni- 
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Stephen Ide 

Head coach: Mr. John Sarson, Athletic direc- 
tor: Mr. Mario Romano, Assistant coaches: 
Mr. Joseph DiSisto, Mr. Henry Cryer. 



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HIGHLIGHTS OF 60 




1960 
Plymouth High Varsity 



Plymouth 34 

Plymouth 34 

Plymouth 18 

Plymouth 36 

Plymouth 20 

Plymouth 18 

Plymouth 24 

Plymouth 12 

Plymouth 34 



Bridgewater 8 

Rockland 12 

Middleboro 12 

Whitman-Hanson ... 8 

Abington 8 

Falmouth 14 

Randolph 8 

Scituate 36 

Silver Lake 6 



Bridgewater 

A well-balanced "Blue Eagle" varsity team 
trampled over Bridgewater High in the open- 
ing game of the season. 

The entire Plymouth backfield of Guida- 
boni, Gardner, Keller and Gibbs was out- 
standing. Along with the defensive line the 
"Blue Eagles" showed great promise. 

Rockland 

Having started off the season with an easy 
victory, Plymouth was hungry for more. 
They were fed by a 34-12 victory over Rock- 
land. They came out of the game with high 
spirits and their first home victory since '58. 





Middleboro 

The "Blue Eagles" journeyed to Middleboro 
for their third game and once again were 
victorious. With less than four minutes to 
play, quarterback Bob Guidaboni passed to 
James Gardner for the clincher. The run- 
ning of Richard Keller and Bartlett Gibbs 
was outstanding. 



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Whitman 



This Saturday saw Plymouth High seek- 
ing to extend their three-game undefeated 
streak and at the same time break a long 
skein of Whitman victories over Plymouth. 
Although badly outclassed, Whitman stayed 
within striking distance, trailing Plymouth 
by six points at the half. In the second half 
Plymouth pushed over three more touch- 
downs while Whitman was kept at bay. 

Abington 

On October 22 the "Blue Eagles" added 
another victory to their five-game winning 
streak by defeating Abington 20-8. Dave 
Ferazzi scored two touchdowns. Jim Gard- 
ner scored one, and Bobby Guidaboni com- 
pleted a conversion fo two points. 



Falmouth 

The "Blue Eagles" added another vic- 
torious score to their list of wins by edging 
a spirited Falmouth team 18-14. Trailing 
14-12, Bobby Guidaboni tossed a touchdown 
pass to Jim Gardner which won the game. 
Other high points in the game were the 
running of Bartlett Gibbs and "Punchy" 
Keller, and the fine play of the defensive 
line. 

Randolph 

At Randolph the Plymouth High "Blue 
Eagles" won their seventh straight game by 
a score of 24-8. Touchdowns were scored by 
Bob Guidaboni, Punchy Keller, Paul Brew- 
ster, and Dave Ferrazzi. Bob Guidaboni con- 
tinued his masterly play-calling and passing. 
During the game Plymouth's entire squad 
saw action. 





Scituate 

Plymouth was striving for its eighth 
straight victory when it met the Sailors of 
Scituate. It was an ill-fated day for Plym- 
outh. Although they fought with heart and 
spirit, they were overpowered. 

In spite of the fact that Plymouth trailed 
by only two points at the half, they lost 
36-12. 



Silver Lake 

On Thanksgiving Day, Plymouth High 
played host to Silver Lake in the third annual 
Turkey Day Game. Showing a powerful of- 
fense and a strong defense, Plymouth High 
rolled to its eighth win of the season and cli- 
maxed its best season in thirty years. 

Silver Lake's lone score was a touchdown 
by Ralph Goslin. 









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1961 BLUE EAGLE 

BASKETBALL TEAM 

AND THEIR COACH 

MR. HAROLD ROGERS 




SOUTH SHORE 
TOURNAMENT 

DIVISION I 

CHAMPIONS 
TECH TOURNAMENT 

CLASS C 

CHAMPIONS 



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Front row: Philip Green; Robert Guidaboni ; David Ferazzi : Paul Bongiovanni ; Francis 
Rose; James Gardner; Charles Maccaferri ; Russell Goodwin, Mgr. Back row: Alton 
Mattioli ; Richard Almeida ; Anthony Silva ; Weston Whiting ; William Kriegel : Richard 
Clark ; Stephen Cavicchi ; Ralph Price ; Mr. Harold Rogers, Coach. 



Plymouth High expected great things of this 
year's basketball team and was not disappointed 
with the season's record. The two pre-season vic- 
tories over Coyle and the Alumni were added en- 
couragement. The boys ended up in Old Colony 
League competition with 11 wins and 3 losses — 
two to Silver Lake and one to Wareham High. 
Plymouth's success was due to the excellent re- 
bounding of Paul Bongivanni, the skillful ball 
handling of Bob Guidaboni and Jimmy Gardner, 
and the accurate shooting of Dave Ferazzi and 
Frankie Rose. 

After entering the South Shore Tournament, 
Plymouth High fought its way past Randolph, 
Wareham, and Foxboro games with decisive wins 
to face once again their long-time rival Silver 
Lake in the finals. Calling on every potential, the 
Blue Eagles roared to a 46-43 victory over the 
startled Lakers. To the inspired Plymouth team 
went the distinction of breaking the 31 game win- 
ning streak of the Silver Lake hoopsters, as well 
as the great satisfaction gained in taking the South 



Front row : Stephen Cavicchi ; Michael Zona ; 
Richard Clark ; Anthony Silva ; Carl Freyermuth ; 
Mr. Jack Sarson, coach. Back row: Stephen 
Holmes ; David Roderick ; Michael De Felice ; 
Joseph Lawrence ; Russell Enos ; Donald Cavicchi. 





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Shore Championship trophy away from the Lakers. 

The team spirit and desire to win didn't stop 
here. The next week they met Sharon and Lynn 
Trade on neutral courts and easily defeated both 
teams in the first two rounds of the Eastern Mas- 
sachusetts Schoolboy Tournament. The following 
Tuesday they traveled to the Boston Garden to 
meet Marian High of Framingham in the Tech 
Tourney semi-finals. Here, too, they found little 
competition and scored a 73-.57 victory. Saturday, 
March 11, --the Blue Eagles returned to Boston to 
battle Foxboro for the Tech Tourney Class C 
Championship. The long hours of practice put in by 
the boys from Plymouth High paid off as they 
walked away with a 63-31 victory and another 
trophy. The season's record of 21 wins and 3 losses 
is the best ever compiled in the history of P.H.S. 

Much credit must be given to coach Rogers for 
his tremendous job with the Varsity team and to 
coach Sarson whose Junior Varsity team copped 
the "unofficial" Old Colony League J. V. title. 



J. V. SCOREBOARD 

Plymouth 39 Abington 30 

Plymouth 45 Middleboro 35 

Plymouth 27 Hingham 37 

Plymouth 45 Silver Lake 33 

Plymouth 55 Whitman-Hanson . . 21 

Plymouth 37 Rockland 28 

Plymouth 32 Wareham 35 

Plymouth 59 Abington 50 

Plymouth 14 Middleboro 28 

Plymouth 51 Hingham 25 

Plymouth 40 Silver Lake 39 

Plymouth 40 Whitman-Hanson . . 30 

Plymouth 51 Rockland 34 

Plymouth 46 Wareham 34 



BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD 



Pre-season Games 



Plymouth 59 

Plymouth 65 



Coyle 53 

Alumni 40 



Old Colony League Games 

Standing: Second Place 

Plymouth 81 

Plymouth 87 

Plymouth 66 

Plymouth 64 

Plymouth 78 

Plymouth 67 

Plymouth 59 

Plymouth 84 

Plymouth 84 

Plymouth 83 

Plymouth 42 

Plymouth 66 

Plymouth 91 

Plymouth 106 



Abington 60 

Middleboro 56 

Hingham 39 

Silver Lake 69 

Whitman 51 

Rockland 52 

Wareham 60 

Abington 65 

Middleboro 53 

Hingham 62 

Silver Lake 83 

Whitman 31 

Rockland 44 

Wareham 66 



South Shore Tournament 
Division 1 Champions 

Plymouth 76 

Plymouth 90 

Plymouth 57 

Plymouth 46 



Randolph 55 

Wareham 53 

Foxboro 42 

Silver Lake 43 



Eastern Massachusetts Tournament 
Class C Champions 

Plymouth 70 

Plymouth 71 

Plymouth 73 

Plymouth 63 



Sharon 43 

Lynn Trade 37 

Marian 57 

Foxboro 31 



Season's Record 

Won . . 

Lost . . 



Total Points Scored 

Plymouth . 
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Baseball Record 




Plymouth 


8 


Abington .... 


... 1 


Plymouth 


17 


Middleboro . . 


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Plymouth 


4 


Hingham .... 


... 3 


Plymouth 


7 


Silver Lake . . 


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Plymouth 


4 


Wareham . . . 


... 3 


Plymouth 


10 


Abington .... 


... 7 


Plymouth 


5 


Middleboro . . 


...2 


Plymouth 


7 


Hingham .... 


... 


Plymouth 


15 


Silver Lake . . 


...2 


Plymouth 


1 


Whitman .... 


... 2 


Plymouth 


2 


Rockland .... 


...2 


Plymouth 


4 


Wareham 


... 1 


Plymouth 


8 


Whitman 


... 2 


Plymouth 


5 


Rockland 


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Craig, Alton Mattioli, Robert Rego, James Gardner, Dennis 
Carreira, Mr. Antone Spath. 



Although the final standings of the Old Colony 
League listed Plymouth at the bottom, the "Blue 
Eagles" did have a fine season. It was their mis- 
fortune of having an ineligible player; thus they 
had to forfeit ten games they had already won. 
If this had not happened they fould have wound up 
with a seasonal record of twelve wins, one loss, and 
one tie. The final Old Colony League standings 
listed them with two wins, eleven losses, and one 
tie. 



This year we pay special tribute to Mr. 
Antone Spath for his record of outstanding 
baseball teams. His untiring effort and 
his endless encouragement have spurred 
many Plymouth High baseball teams on 
to victory. 




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TRACK AND CROSS COUNTRY '60 




Track: First row: Barry Maffini, Anthony Silva, 
Donald Beal, James Vincent, David Russell, Ken- 
neth Almeida, Roger Andrews, Joseph Bartlett, 
Mark Kaplow, Donald Guidoni. Second row: Mr. 



Harold Rogers, Stephen Souza, Roger Travassos, 
Donald Maccaferri, Richard Reposa, William Kitch- 
en, Clyde Medeiros, Weston Whiting, Richard Clark, 
John Searles. 



Cross Country Record 

Plymouth 28; Middleboro 27 

Plymouth 35; Silver Lake 20 

Plymouth 24; Abington 31 

Plymouth 37; Rockland 18 

Plymouth 35; Wareham 20 



Track Record 

Plymouth 44Y>; Wareham 41 '/^ 

Plymouth 14; Abington 67 

Plymouth 28 «/ 2 ; Whitman 57% 

Plymouth 32 '/ 2 Middleboro 531/2 

Plymouth 24; Rockland 62 

Plymouth 36 «/ 2 ; Silver Lake 49 % 

Plymouth 18; Hingham 68 



Cross Country: First row: 
Mr. Harold Rogers, Dennis 
Pioppi, Francis Rose, 
Bruce Campbell, Clyde 
Medeiros, Weston Whit- 
ing, Robert Kramer. Sec- 
ond row: James Vincent, 
Robert Montanari, Robert 
Maraghy, Roger Andrews, 
Paul Diesel, Paul Giam- 
marco. Third row: Philip 
Haire, Peter Wild, Ken- 
neth Tavares, Stephen 
Holmes, Daniel Tappan. 



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Softball: First row: Joan Rowell, Ruthanne Holman, 
Mary Guaraldi, Roberta Aldrich-Ames, Joyce Devine, 
Dianne Newey, Carole Silva, Marcia Walton. Last 
row: Lynn Miskelly, Marie Stefani, Carol Cleveland, 



Veronica Quintal, Carol Shaw, Patricia Gill, Linda 
Estes, Beatrice Andrews, Manager Wendy Sears, 
Nancy Segal, Manager Jean Patenaude, Coach Lena 
Allaire. 



SOFTBALL AND TENNIS 



The 1960 softball team ended its season 
with an even score of four wins and four 
losses. Although the team's start was slow, 
the girls rallied to win the last three games. 

The tennis team with only two returning 
players, chalked up a score of three wins, 
two ties, and two losses. 




Tennis: First row: Joyce Devine, Linda Estes, Judy 
Wild, Susan Wood, Helen Cavicchi, Karen Barufaldi. 
Last Row: Lynn Miskelly, Sally Clark, Noelle Par- 
sons, Judy Feci, Linda Raymond, Janewite O'Neil, 
Coach Lena Allaire. 



Plymouth 
Plymouth 
Plymouth 
Plymouth 
Plymouth 
Plymouth 
Plymouth 
Plymouth 



Plymouth 
Plymouth 
Plymouth 
Plymouth 
Plymouth 
Plymouth 
Plymouth 



Softball Record 

vs. Hingham . . 
vs. Rockland . . 
vs. Bridgewater 
vs. Hingham . . 
vs. Abington . . 
vs. Rockland . . 
vs. Middleboro . 
vs. Bridgewater 



12-32 

15-22 

17-14 

16-19 

17-18 

16-1 

14-12 

20-18 



Tennis Record 

vs. Hingham 3-8 

vs. Silver Lake .... 5-0 

vs. Duxbury 4-3 

vs. Scituate 0-5 

vs. Hingham 1-4 

vs. Duxbury 3-3 

vs. Silver Lake .... 4-1 




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First Row: Anne Brewster, Helen Cavicchi, Carol Silvia, Susan Wood. Second Row: 
Noelle Parsons, Jean Patenaude, Melody Sherman, Carol Muzzioli. Third Row: 
Ruthanne Staniunas, Nancy Segal, Joyce Devine. 



FIELD HOCKEY 



Success was the reward for the field 
hockey teams' efforts. Under the supervision 
of coach Lena Allaire, the varsity team, 
with co-captains Sally Clark and Judy Wild, 
scored five wins and two losses. The junior 
varsity's record was five wins, one tie and 
one loss. Judy Wild was the season's high 
scorer. 

Fifteen enthusiastic hockey players from 
Plymouth attended a hockey clinic at New- 
ton High School one Saturday in the Fall. 



Varsity Record 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 1-3 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake 11-0 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 4-1 

Plymouth vs. Abington 5-0 

Plymouth vs. Bridgewater 8-1 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 0-2 

Plymouth vs. Rockland 3-1' 

Let's get on the ball, girls! 



Varsity Co-Captains: Judy 
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Junior Varsity Record 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 0-2 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake 5-0 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 4-1 

Plymouth vs. Abington 5-0 

Plymouth vs. Bridgewater 0-0 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 1-4 

Plymouth vs. Rockland 4-0 



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First Row: Joan Rowell, Elsbeth Agnew, 
Sandra Almeida. Second Row: Judy Pratt, 
Marilyn Neri, Dorothy Bumpus. Third 
Row: Marilyn Koblantz, Theresa David, 
Roberta Aldrich-Ames, Ellen MacPhee. 



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Reach for the sky, hombres. 



Plymouth vs. Abington 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake 

Plymouth vs. Bridgewater 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 

Plymouth vs. Abington 



BASKETBALL 





Varsity Record 






Plymouth 


vs. 


Abington 


31- 


-13 


Plymouth 


vs. 


Hingham 


34- 


-35 


Plymouth 


vs. 


Silver Lake 


41- 


-28 


Plymouth 


vs. 


Bridgewater 


51'- 


-33 


Plymouth 


vs. 


Middleboro 


47- 


-11 


Plymouth 


vs. 


Abington 


36- 


-13 


Plymouth 


vs. 


Rockland 


32- 


-21 


Plymouth 


vs. 


Hingham 


35- 


-37 


Plymouth 


vs. 


Silver Lake 


47- 


-34 


Plymouth 


vs. 


Bridgewater 


62- 


-23 


Plymouth 


vs. 


Rockland 


29- 


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Junior Varsity Record 



24 — 7 
6 — 7 
24 — 14 
37 — 13 
23 — 17 
15 — 10 



Plymouth vs. Rockland 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake 

Plymouth vs. Bridgewater 

Plymouth vs. Rockland 



28 — 12 
22 — 14 
16 — 15 
30 — 2 
11'— 14 



Kneeling: Co-captains — Barbara Policow; Judy 
Wild. Standing: Karen Longhi, Ruthanne Staniunas, 
Patricia Souza, Anne Brewster, Noelle Parsons, 



Jean Patenaude, Veronica Quintal, Joyce Devine. 
Absent: Helen Cavicchi. 




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JUNIOR VARSITY 
First row: Donna Henning, Ka- 
ren Barafauldi, Carol Silvia, 
Diane Newey. Second row: Ma- 
ry Beauregard, Patricia Gill, 
Margot Prince^ Nancy Segal. 
Third row: Marilyn Koblantz, 
Marilyn Neri, Carol Muzzioli, 
Sandra Pascoe, Jean Wirzburg- 
er. Absent: Sharon LaVoie. 




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HOOPSTERETTES MAKE GOOD 



The 1961 basketball team, through the fine 
coaching of Mrs. Lena Allaire, compiled a fine 
record of nine victories and two losses. The abili- 
ty, sportsmanship, and enthusiasm of the Var- 
sity teams brought them an enjoyable season. 
Despite the loss of players in June, the experi- 
ence gained by the underclassmen should pro- 
vide the formula for another successful year. 




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AND SO WE PRESENT P.H.S. 



This is Plymouth High School — our school — 
with its sports, its clubs and organizations, and, 
most important of all, its faculty and students. 
Without the teachers and the students, our school 
would lack the personality for which we shall re- 
member it. Without the teachers and the stu- 
dents, the knowledge which is our heritage and 
for which men have died would be lost. 

Therefore, we give this yearbook, the story of 
our school, as a brief but significant page of the 
heritage of future students. 



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BwrMHt JfftlTfftiMHfi man 




Mr. Harold Barufaldi, Mr. 
John Robischeau, Mr. The- 
odore Mueller, Mr. Peter 
Savard. 



CUSTODIANS AND CAFETERIA STAFF 



The school is fortunate to have both a competent cafeteria staff who 
keeps the pupils well fed and an industrious group of janitors who keep 
the school building clean. After snowstorms, which plague us through- 
out the winter, the walks and driveway were always cleared, and the 
classrooms warm and comfortable. 

The cafeteria staff served over nine hundred youngsters from the jun- 
ior and senior high each school day in two short hours. The women pre- 
pared delicious, healthful meals for the hungry horde who invaded the 
lunchroom as soon as they heard the welcome sound of the recess bell. 



Mrs. Dora Zoccalante, Mrs. Mary Zucchi, 
Mrs. Clara Locatelli, Mrs. Lily Thomas, 
Mrs. Cary Vecchi, Mrs. Mary Scaglarini. 




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Every publication must be financed in 
some way. Our Pilgrim is supported by not 
only the pupils, but also by generous mer- 
chants and businessmen from our town who 
back this high school project with their ad- 
vertising. Look through this section and 
you will see who those sponsors and friends 
are. They help make possible this publica- 
tion. 

Business manager Dennis Pioppi and his 
staff are responsible for selling these ads 
and much credit goes to them for accomp- 
lishing their tasks quickly and efficiently. 





Congratulations to the Class of 1961 



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Congratulations to all graduates of Plymouth High 
School . . . From radio station 



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You have received your education in one of the best 
school systems in the United States of America. 

Plymouth is truly America's "Home Town" . . . It's 
history . . . it's heritage are for you to remember as you 
go out into the world to make your way in life. 

We of WPLM. . .The radio voice of America's home 
town . . . sincerely hope that your life will abound with 
all the things that are good . . . and that you will remem- 
ber as you go out into the world. . .the good tha.. you 
knew in Plymouth . . . where the American way of life . . . 
the democratic way of living really started. 



Good Luck to all of you of 
the Class of 1961 

John Thomas Campbell . . . owner, manager of W.P.L.M. 
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Congratulations to the Class of 1961 










JOM E. JORDAN CO. 










• 

Builder's hardware 
Sporting goods 
Housewares 
Garden tools 






1 Main 


Street 


Tel. PI 6-2283 


Plymouth, 


Mass. 




Have your gown designed and custom 
made, or select it ready to wear at 

ETHEL'S 
FASHION SALON 

18 Main Street Ext. 

Plymouth, Mass. 

Tel. PI 6-2257 



TOWN BROOK 



SERVICE STATION 



MANDOS 



. 24-Hour Road Service 



14 Water Street 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



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The ROGERS PRINT 

BOOK — JOB and COMMERCIAL 
Letterpress— Litho-offset P R IN T I N G 

C. E. Rogers S. E. Rogers 

20 Middle Street, Plymouth, Massachusetts 



Pilgrim 6-1234 



Congratulations 

to the Seniors of 1961 



DEARN and McGRATH 
RESTAURANT 



Water Street 



Plymouth 



Compliments of 








TASSY'S 




Summer St. 




Kingston, 


Mass. 




Tel. 


JU 5-4509 





GOODING'S 

V-P Jewelers Since 1802 <J 

"Plymouth's Leading Jewelry Store" 
ART CARVED 

DIAMONDS 



HAMILTON 

GRUEN— BULOVA— ELGIN 

GIRARD PERREGAUX 

WATCHES 

EXPERT 

WATCH AND JEWELRY 

REPAIRING 

TEL. PI 6-0429 
18 Court St. Plymouth 



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GOOD LUCK TO GOOD SCHOLARS! 



FROM 




FINEST MEATS SOLD ANYWHERE! 




• Rockland 

• Hanover 

• Braintree 

• Hull - Nantasket 

• Plymouth Kingston 

• Brockton 

and soon Cohasset and Hingham 



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Compliments of 



SHERMAN'S FUMITME CO., IMC. 



310 COURT ST 



PI 6-1440 



"Education is the Apprenticeship of Life" 

FOR SCHOOL NEWS 

that story of the Class Prom 

stories of special school events 

social items of your Classmates 

the weekly column of your school Press Club 

your school graduation 

your school athletics — baseball, football, field 
hockey, track, tennis 

all with photos and action pictures 

READ THE OLD COLONY MEMORIAL 

— New England's Greatest Weekly Newspaper For 135 Years— 

©lu (Eolong Memorial 

FOR QUALITY PRINTING — INQUIRE OF MEMORIAL PRESS 



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BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1961 



PIOPPI'S 
PACKAGE STORE 



60 Court Street 



Plymouth 



PI 6-1943 



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PLYMOUTH SAVINGS BMK 

"The Friendly .Bank" 

Friendly Service from these Friendly People 

ALLEN D. RUSSELL, Treasurer 

ARTHUR G. ESTES, JR., Assistant Treasurer 
DONALD W. HEATH, Teller 

MARGARET E. PARKHURST, Teller 
DOROTHY R. HALE, Teller 



Compliments of 



uwM 



330 Court Street 



Plymouth, Mass. 



PI 6-9846 



BENEA BLOCK COMPANY 



32 Main Street 



Kingston, Massachusetts 



• First 

in Quality 

• Fairest 

in Price 

• Fastest 

in Service 



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Diamonds • 

1 l f 


Rings 

A. A. DHOOGE 

JEWELER 
Watchmaker and Engraver 

m 6-2645 


Watches • 
Plymouth, 


Clocks 
Mass. 


Phone Pllgri 



BOWLING AT ITS BEST 



At The Plymouth 



BOWL-O-MAT 



BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1961 



LOUS MIFE Wll SOYS 



359 Court Street 



Plymouth 



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Homes, Cottages & Garages 








MELKONIAN 


and MARTINELLI 








Contractors & Builders 










Box 125, White 


Horse Beach, Mass. 






Lewis 


Martinelli 






Haik 


Melkonian 


PI 


6-1331 






CA 


4-2515 



Always A Friendly Welcome 

GAMBINI'S 

Established 1922 

52 Main Street PLYMOUTH, MASS. 

Del and Jim Panagoplos, Owners 
"Featuring Fine Food" 



Tel. PI 6-0372 



Junior Chamber 
of 



Commerce 



Serving Plymouth, Kingston, 
Manomet & Carver 



Congratulations Seniors ! 

JIM'S RESTAURANT 

5-7 Main Street 




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PLYMOUTH AAARINE RAILWAY INC. 



Congratulations to 



the Class of 1961 



PADOVANI'S PHARMACY 



SHWOM BROTHERS 



305 Court Street 



North Plymouth, Mass. 



Congratulations to the 
Senior Class 




Walk-Over Shoe Store 



8A North Street 



Plymouth 



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MEL'S AUTO REPAIR 

109 Sandwich Street 
Plymouth 

E. T. Diozzi, proprietor 
Esso Products 



Tel. PI 6-1547 



John lldi'ii Gift Shop 

WATER STREET • PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 




SOUVENIRS 

SNACK BAR 

SALT WATER TAFFY 

CIGARS, CIGARETTES 

CAMERA FILM 



Compliments 
of 



KAY'S CUT RATE 



Interstate 

OLD COLONY THEATRE 

PLYMOUTH 



'Get More Out 
Of Life . . . 
Go Out To 
A Movie." 



Plymouth Federal 
Savings and Loan Association 

PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 
Inc. 1882 Fed. 1937 



President 

Walder J. Engstrom 



Secretary 

Mae E. Emond 



Vice President 
& Treasurer 

A. Lee Roulston 



Assistant 
Secretary 

Esther Crowell 



Assistant Treasurer 

Ronald C. Carletti 







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At Your Service For 
INSURED SAFETY FOR SAVINGS 
HOME MORTGAGE LOANS 
Planned for Your Budget 



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To The Class of '61 

& 

The Future Builders 

of America 

GOOD LUCK 



KING! TON li» H0e*c« 

KINGSTON^ HI GHWAY 3A 4P LYM0UTH i 7 

PARKING I TEOESCHI'S Wm ONE "STOP S ufueX, LUMBER I 



KINGSTON LUMBER 



SUPER 
MARKET 



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14 MAIN ST. • KINGSTON • TtP, W 6-3200 



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PLYMOUTH 

MASSACHUSETTS 

WuAfafiorisBir/ty/are 

^Traditional \[ui> Erujla.-id roods 

Our Own Ice Cream and Pastries 
Fine Candies • Nuts 




Congratulations to the 



Class of 1961' 





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STEVEN'S The Florist 

8 Main St. Ext. 
Plymouth, Mass. 

Phone PI 6-2600 



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PROFESSIONAL SPONSORS 



Attorney Thomas F. Quinn 



Dr. & Mrs. Myron A. Policow 



Dr. G. S. Wild 



compliments 
of 

elmer e. avery insurance agency, inc. 

carol a. sturgis & John v. mahoney 
we will insure your cars, too 



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SPONSORS 




Arons Furniture Co. 


King's Highway Pkg. Store 


Dr. Frank J. Abate 


Lincoln Street Service Station 


A Friend 


F. W. Loft D. M. D. 


Alves Shoe Store 


A. Maccaferri & Son Shoe 


John C. Andrews 


Mary's Beauty Shoppe 


Anti's 


McLellans Store Co. Inc. 


A Sponsor 


McNeill's Service Station 


Barbeiri's 


Middle St. Barber Shop 


Bell Shop 


No. Plymouth Hardware 


F. A. Benotti 


Old Colony Laundry 


Bluebird Restaurant 


Dr. & Mrs. Francis C. Ortolani 


H. A. Bradford & Sons 


Perry's Market 


Bradley Pharmacy 


Peter Pan Ice Cream 


Elmer F. Buck Tile Co. 


Petroleum Sales & Service 


E. S. Burns Ins. Agency 


Pilgrim Furniture Inc. 


Canevazzi's Market 


Plymouth Baking Co. 


Cape Travel Agency 


Plymouth & Brockton St. Railway 


Carroll Cut Rate 


Plymouth Rock Grocery 


Cold Spring Motel 


Primo's Shell Station 


Colonial Diner 


Rebuttini's 


Cora's Luncheonette 


Reliable Cleaners 


Dexter's Shoe Store 


Rusty's Mobil Station 


Dunlap's Service Station 


Sear's Roebuck & Co. 


Forn Sign Co. 


Seiver's Lunch 


Gino's Service Station 


Stefani's Texaco Station 


Guild's Service Station 


Victoria's Market 


Dr. H. H.Hamilton 


Ward & Brady Signs 


Happy Hollow Motel 


Edward C. Warnsman & Son 


Elmer S. Haskins 


White's Floor Covering 


The Heather Shop 


Wood's Fish Market 


The Hobshole House & Motel 


Zanello Furniture Co. 


Dr. Eric Hogan 


Pilgrim Drug 


Dr. Agnew 


Shiretown Motors Inc. 



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FRIENDS 




Samuel Arons & Son 




Louis Barber Shop 


Mr. & Mrs. Feriano Bagni 




Lou's Delicatessen 


Roy E. Beaman 




Mr. & Mrs. Charles Maccaferri 


Dr. Charles Benea 




Marois Market 


Amanda Begse — Antiques 




Mayflower Cleaner 


Seymour Bluhm 




O'Keefe's Hat Shoppe 


Mr. and Mrs. Michele Brigida 


Miss Brenda Pioppi 


Charm Beauty Shop 




Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Pioppi 


Harris, Rose & Deborah Cohen 


Plymouth Antique Center 


Berto Di Stefano 




Plymouth Dental Lab 


"Frenchy" 




Plymouth Paint & Wallpaper Center 


Mr. & Mrs. T. P. Giammarco 


Singer Sewing Machine Co. 


Gilbert's Esso Station 




Sullivan's Taxi 


Gregg's Barber Shop 




Mr. & Mrs. Amedeo Tedeschi 


Haire's Antique Shop 




Towne Barker 


Kingston Block Co. Inc. 




Towne Shoe Service 


Kingston Flying A 




Zark's 


Dr. Edward Krensky 







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IN RECOGNITION 



Mrs. Lydia Gardner, ever an efficient, 
hardworking faculty member of the Busi- 
ness Department, came to Plymouth High 
School in the autumn of 1929. She was al- 
ways desirous of seeing her commercial stu- 
dents perform at their highest ability, and 
they will remember her respectfully for this 
motivation. She retired in June of 1960 as 
head of the Business Department. 



Since 1939 Mrs. Margaret E. Brown has 
been inspiring the young artists of Plymouth 
High, and her students have made beautiful 
decorations for our school events. A talented 
artist herself, Mrs. Brown is capable also of 
finding and of encouraging artistic ability in 
others. Her zest for living is exhibited in her 
love for travel ; her help, especially at gradu- 
ation time and with art work for the Pilgrim, 
will be missed after her retirement in June. 








Mr. Arthur G. Pyle, one of the best-in- 
formed men about Pilgrim history in our 
town, came to teach in the high school in 
September of 1931. He served during World 
War II in the Navy, and he returned to be- 
come head of the History Department. Mr. 
Pyle retired in June, 1960, to give full-time 
attention to his job as Director of Education 
at Plimoth Plantation. 

Mr. John W. Packard, head of the Science 
Department, taught both physics and chem- 
istry from October, 1935, until he received a 
leave of absence this past December to ac- 
cept a job with the State Department of 
Education. A Naval aviator in the Second 
World War, he loves both "ham" radio op- 
erating and skiing. 




ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 



Mr. Elio Barufaldi : for the use of his helicopter in order to take the aerial 
photos of P. H. S. 

Mrs. Margaret Brown: who ably directed the production of all art work 
connected with the Pilgrim. 

The Dicksons : for the time and effort they spent in producing an import- 
ant part of our yearbook — the photography. 

The Editors: Pat Souza, Jean Patenaude, Marlene Brigida, Noelle Par- 
sons, Wendy Sears, Winnifred Smith, Peter Leonardi, Louis Govoni, and 
Barry Maffini, who gave countless hours to make this the best Pilgrim 
yet. 

Barbara Fortini: who went far beyond the call of duty while working on 
the photography of the senior section. 

The Faculty: for their patience when it became necessary to interrupt 
classes for taking group pictures. 

Mr. Roland Holmes: without whose able leadership and assistance this 
Pilgrim could not be produced. 

Mr. Harrison Longhi: for the excellent aerial photographs used as end 
sheets. 

Dennis Pioppi: who not only arranged for financing our book but also 
served as a "Jack of all trades" until the Pilgrim was off the press. 

Mr. Robert Vantine: of the Delmar Printing Co., who planned our layout 
and gave us invaluable advice and assistance throughout the year. 

Our advertisers, friends, and professional sponsors: for supporting the 
1961 Pilgrim. 

All those who worked on the 1961 Pilgrim Staff. 

To these people, I offer my sincere thanks and appreciation for making 
my job possible and the 1961 Pilgrim a reality. 

Charles Maccaferri 



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